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Thursday, 14 October 2010

Autumn Joy

The sky is clearing out. A half of October is almost here, but garden still looks good. There was no frost yet and the plants are in a rather good condition. Anyway, I will soon start clearing out the beds and borders.

Sedum 'Autumn Joy'  is slowly fading away.

Echinacea seed is ready to be picked up.

Anemone japonica still in full bloom!

Chaenomeles shrub brings fruit every year.

A dinner from the field; Great Inkcap (Coprinus comatus) and Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera).



4 comments:

  1. Yes, your garden still looks good. It will be great if someday you could depart some knowledge on identifying edible mushrooms.

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  2. Your garden does still look great ... the Anemones are gorgeous and those Echinacea flowerheads have a beauty all their own. Loved your sky shot!

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  3. No frost here yet - it is probably a month or more away - but the difference in light has signaled the plants to start the transformation. I love Autumn Joy - both the sedum and the title of your post!

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  4. I stopped by via Blotanical and love your blog layout. I am looking forward to visiting again

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