Today marks the end of British Summer Time. It's only a few days until the end of October (no frost yet) and the garden still has a good amount of interest and colour through plants like sedum, grasses, kaffir lily, pieris forest flame, and the red stems of the dogwood shrub.
The wet, damp weather has been good for the weeds and they're multiplying thick and fast. I've still loads of weeding and tidying to do before I retire from general garden work for the Winter.
|Above: Sedum Autumn Joy amongst the Bergenia leaves.
|Sedum Autumn Joy is a survivor; here it grows through heather.
|Above: The grassy looking Schizostylis Coccinea (Kaffir Lily) are in their flowering prime.
|Kitty follows me through the garden and enjoys a scratch against the red stems of the Cornus dogwood shrub.
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