A damp misty wet day today, time to put a few more pictures up on our website.
We have had three frosts so far this month. We had been away (again) in late October, so when we got back it was a rush to get the shelters up and plants under cover for the 'exotics', in the back garden.
It took about 10 days, just managed it before the first frost.
We now have four canaries in the aviary, as well as all the other birds. Two of the canaries were given to us by a local gentleman who had to give up his collection of aviary birds.
We had always wanted a singing male canary. Now we have two.
In Lyn's garden we have been tidying it up, cutting the plants down a bit, and removing and planting others.
Leaves have changed colour to yellows and reds, a lovely sight against a blue sky.
Soon be time to put the strings of lights up in Lyn's front garden for Christmas !!!!
Lilies dying back.
Rhodochiton atrosanguineus in the shelter of the front door porch.
The leaves of Trifolium rubens.
Miscanthus 'Morning light'.
Clematis seed heads.
Chrysanthemum 'Jaguar Red'
A Chrysanthemum which was given to Lyn, but we don't know its name !!