The weather was lovely over the weekend. However, today has been filled with grey skies and heavy rain. September has been such a mixed month weather-wise. Of course on sunny days I head out into the garden to capture some photos of any insects or butterflies I can find.
We even had a light frost at the weekend (see last photo). I was a bit surprised. Not a hard frost, as such, but still a frost.
Left: Cornflower 'Blue Bell' (Hardy Annual), grown from seed sown direct outside.
|Above and Below: Sedum Autumn Joy attracts all sorts of insects.|
|Above: Zinnia 'Giants of California', grown from seed sown direct outside.|
|Above: A bit of a light frost on Saturday morning! |
I knew this meant a lovely sunny day!
Happy Fall / Autumn!
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