Autumn Colour in Our Garden@19

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The Blue Border.
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Parthenocissus tripcuspidata (Boston Ivy)behind the Banana Bench.
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Dahlia ‘After Eight’ & ‘Bishop of Llandaff’
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Dahlia ‘Snowstorm’
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Rose The Generous Gardener.
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Rose Climbing Iceberg

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Aster divaricatus
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Cirsium rivulare ‘Trevor’s Blue Wonder’

 

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Symphyotrichum n.a ’ Harringtons Pink’
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Symphyotrichum ‘Little Carlow’ & Solidago Fireworks
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Symphyotrichum na ‘ Barrs Violet ‘
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Fuchia ‘Mrs Popple’
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Fuchia magellanica alba
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Ipomoea lobeta with Verbena Bonariensis

 

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Sambucus nigra ‘Aurea’ & Amelanchier ‘Lamarckii’
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Sorbus ‘Eastern Promise’
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Hydrangea 
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Arum italicum subsp. italicum ‘Marmoratum’
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Polypodium Bifidomultifidum
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Cotoneaster horizontalis & Cyclamen hederifolium
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Malus ‘Golden Hornet’.

The National Garden Scheme has posted this quote on their website.

“Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.” William Cullen Bryant (1794 – 1878)

You can view their Autumn Smile here

What is making you smile this Autumn?

16 thoughts on “Autumn Colour in Our Garden@19

  1. I just love your garden, is it really that abundant at this time of the year. Some of them
    flower in mine too but some have seen to withdraw for the season.
    Beautifully positioned bench and chairs.

    miriam

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  2. Oh my! The flowers are rad, but the Boston ivy in the first pictures and the ‘Golden Hornet’ crabapple in the last picture are really rad! Boston ivy works well on freeway soundwalls, but not many gardens in the urban areas can accommodate it anymore. (Garden space is increasingly limited.) Crabapples are VERY rare! I work with two small ‘Prairie Fire’ crabapples that bloom exquisitely, but the fruit is not much to look at. It makes good jelly, but it is not the best.

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  3. Looking fabulous as ever Brian. The Boston Ivy is dramatic and I see you have my favourite rose The Generous Gardener. Looking at your garden makes me feel very bereft as our new garden is just gravel and wallsso I’m going to look back through your posts to pick my favourite plants from different times in the hope of getting some colour all through the year.

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  4. Wow, Brian , what wonderful range of colour you still have! – good planning! My amelananchier is the same as yours but my arum spikes and (still small) cirsium were over ages ago…

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