It has certainly turned more wintry this week and we have had a couple of frosts. The garden has reacted accordingly, with leaves falling quickly. I took these photos last weekend, before it all changed. Above shows one of the miscanthus grasses which changed to a buttery yellow.
The blueberries are taking on their fiery Autumn colours.
They are such good value plants.
Lysimachia Clethroides is also showing changes of leaf colour.
These little cyclamen in the shady corner bring me joy with their beautifully patterned silver and green leaves.
My Fatsia Japonica is trying to flower. This flower is just starting to open...
..this one is much further along.
A bright splash of orange/red is provided by the pyracantha berries.
One of my little ginkgos has buttery yellow leaves now too. I have put a standard ginkgo on my 'one day' wish list - they are such beautiful (and ancient) trees. I am trying to have something of interest in the garden every month of the year and I am slowly getting there...