Saturday, 31 October 2015

October Garden.

The bed at the house. October 15th.

Sedum and Aster, with our Collie Yin yang on the grass.

 Fasicularia bicolour came here as a division from the huge clump growing in dry shade in my childhood garden where Mum originally planted it many, many moons ago. It has the common name of "monkeys bum".

Euonymus europaeus, common spindle

Woodland edge.

The big pond early in the morning.

The small pond.

Outside the small tunnel.

The view through the dining table window, Rosa "Blue moon" has bloomed prolifically this autumn.

The young woods have been beautiful this autumn.

 Flower bed, No, Dogs bed!

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