It has become quite autumnal fairly quickly, but there are still lots of plants in flower. Above is Ferdinard Pichard who has been wonderful this year and has a lovely scent too.
Rose William Shakespeare 2000, late to flower this year, but still producing blooms.
The more autumnal flowering plants are always welcome - japanese anemone Bowles' Pink,
Symphyotrichum (Aster) novae-angliae Mrs S T Wright,
Symphyotrichum (Aster) Little Carlow.
A new plant - Clematis 'Little Lemons'. I thought a small clematis I could grow in a pot with little lemon flowers would be a great addition to the garden, so here it is.
There are seedheads and flowers on this plant, so I hope it will do well for me and be happy.
The buddleia is still flowering for those insects who are still flying to collect nectar.
Miscanthus is looking elegant and dramatic, as it does every year. If I had a bigger garden, I would have more of these plants. Welcome to Autumn, with its changing leaf colours and gradual slowing down of the garden in readiness for Winter. There is still a lot to enjoy.