Garden at the beginning of September 2017
The garden is beginning to look a bit autumnal, probably because of the sunflower drooping on the lawn!
First nineteen apples of this year’s harvest. These are Red Windsor from the half standard tree.
The Japanese Anenome is still flowering, although it’s getting harder to keep on top of the dead heading! That’s another sunflower drooping into it – we had storms, it made the sunflowers droop.
The red Pyracantha is always the first to get berries, followed by the orange and with the yellow a long way behind.
The non-Chelsea chopped sedum is beginning to flower.
Last few Alstroemeria flowers.
What signs of Autumn are there in your garden?