I noticed the other day that we seem to have blossom on our front garden. There are three bushes – I have no idea what they are – and they all have what appears to be blossom on them – there’s a red one, a white one and a pink one. Does blossom even exist in autumn? But if it’s not blossom, what is it? Either way, it’s very pretty.
And then I realised that, despite it being autumn and wet and miserable, and, despite half of it being over-run by ridiculous weeds, there are still some beautiful flowers in my garden. There’s also some lovely autumn colours in the form of red and orange berries. I love the way they grow along the wall.
These have been flowering for nearly six months now.
I don’t know what this is, but it’s very beautiful.
I can’t believe the wallflowers are flowering again already.
But my favourite beautiful thing in the garden, at any time of year? These little dudes.
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