I must admit that there hasn't been as much Autumn colour in my garden this year as I would like. Leaves seem to have just fallen, without changing colour. There are a couple of exceptions - hydrangea above and Prunus incisa Kojo-no-Mai below.
This photo was taken last week and since then, all the leaves have fallen off the Prunus...
...and the hydrangea is looking like this, with more yellow on its leaves.
The little geranium 'Rozanne' plants, which have featured before, are still flowering away in a sheltered part of the garden.
Magnolia Stellata has lovely yellow leaves.
Still, there are a few surprises, like this Campanula 'Iridescent Bells' (I think) which has decided to flower, even though it is nearly the end of November and it is still a young plant!
There are also a few glimpses of colour from the Fuchsias - this one is 'Lady Thumb' I think. It helps that they are sheltered but it is lovely to be greeted with some colour, even if it is not necessarily autumnal!