Our weather has quite an autumnal feel to it at the moment. Fine by me as I heartily dislike summer and am always happiest as it draws to a close. I've just been around the garden taking a few photos of the flowers and thought I would share a handful here.
One sure sign of autumn approaching is when the sedums (some people call them ice plants) start to turn pink. These have not 'yet' but it can only be a week or two before they do. To be honest I really like them at this green stage too, so clean and statuesque.
Lacecap Hydrangeas, and an abundance of Fuchsias and tall thistley things I can never remember the name of.
Spot the butterfly!
I have to admit that this pic makes it look far more autumnal than it actually is...
But this one doesn't... blackberries = autumn in the UK.
And what's that song about the corn being as high as an elephant's eye? Not quite perhaps but it's taller than us and looking good. :-)
As always click for a clearer view.