It's almost mid November and there's still some colour in the garden, however, it's definitely reducing. Even with several frosts in October and early November, many plants are still holding on.
Due to the reduced daylight hours (we have light approx 7.45am-4pm) and my work schedule these photos were taken on 11 November.
Left: Kaffir Lily is one of my favourite plants in Oct/Nov, pictured with a late flowering white snapdragon grown from seed.
|One or two wild foxglove are still about (looking rather summery in November).|
|Aubretia (hardy perennial), grown from seed. I think these have self seeded and are making a late show of flowers. The seed pack says they flower April-May; plants don't always do what the seed pack says!|
|Above and below: holders on - calendula.|
|Sedum Autumn Joy with Kaffir Lily and bronze carex ornamental grass.|
|Pieris Forest Flame shrub - those look like flowers forming.|
|Above: Kaffir Lily (again).|
Below: Roses generally keep flowering through November.
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