The native shrub Symphoricarpos albus – Snowberry – birds will eat these berries, but as a last resort. Apparently they don’t taste that great.
Still some colourful fall foliage as a cold and wet winter approaches.
Still splashes of colour in the garden as cooler temperatures finally arrive.
Snapdragons are hitting their peak, days before frost is due while Colchicum continue to dazzle.
The morning light makes these #Colchicum look like a painting!
Pine Sawfly devastates my Pinus strobus pendula while a warm first weekend of autumn means the garden stays colourful.
I love the tiny #purpleflowers and new leaves on Thai Basil. Oh – they taste good too! #herbgarden
Rudbeckia through rain covered asparagus leaves
Spiders, Bees and Cherry Tomatoes provide colour in the garden this week!