I know this post will feel like a broken record; after all, it is Autumn and there isn’t much going on let alone having new blooms.
Apologies if you’ve seen some of these before I cannot remember exactly which ones I’ve shown already.
So, we have a few surprise visitors such as this Primula Vulgaris; a native.
I hope this isn’t cheating… But we also have these Cotoneaster berries
And these pyracantha berries
We also have a number of roses blooming but they’re looking a little bedraggled (except for this Tess of the d’Urbervilles)
The Persicaria that I planted last week had a couple of blooms on it that have now opened… Hopefully next year we’ll have far more!
Of course I cannot ignore the Lupin that’s blooming again. I’ve notice that its colours aren’t quite the same as earlier in the year where it has a stronger fuchsia tone to it.
Cosmos continues to go strong and my other Cosmos have just begun to bloom! Crazy.
I’ve had to cut back the Chrysanthemums because the rain ruined the blooms and they’re brown nastyness… So no blooms from them to show, but this pot is still looking quite nice with Bidens and Nicotiana.
The Rudbekia from seed have been rubbish, but at least I do have a bloom from it
Lovely little Violas in a pot cheering things up
Nemesia is very pretty and I love how it actually smells of Vanilla
Sedum are looking quite nasty but the Californian Poppies are bright as always
And a surprise…
I managed to get the last of my Crocus and some Narcissi in on Friday – I will have to buy some in the green next year for pots because I used them all up and as my pots haven’t yet finished blooming I didn’t want to pull them up and replant the pots.
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