The sedums look their best these days when bathed in that morning light.
|Sedum telephium ' Purple Emperor'|
|Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'|
|Sedum 'Red Carpet'|
Roses still have buds though I'm unsure if they'll ever open.
|Red Rose carpet standard|
The very last Helenium flower glows in the sunshine. While the Rudbeckia flowers are ageing ever so gracefully along with the purple Verbena.
Fruits of the SeasonThere are lovely clusters of red berries from the Pyracantha and Berberis shrubs. Candy pink fruits on the Rowan tree and little red crab apples on the Malus tree. Elderberries hang on the Sambucus shrub and clusters of purple jewel berries on the Callicarpa.
|Pyracantha 'Saphyr Rouge' (Cadrou)|
|Berberis 'Helmond Pillar'|
|Red Crab apples on Malus 'Profusion'|
|Sambucus 'Black Lace' | Elderberry|
|Betula pendula Silver Birch catkins|
|garden photo taken 14th November 2013|
Most of the evergreens are in the front garden which I rarely show on the blog. Raking up leaves is the main job for me this weekend along with storing the garden furniture as snow is forecast for next week.
Here's what the garden looked like last year - What's in Bloom in November for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.
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