Ursula's Cambridge Garden

Freelance gardener, plantswoman and garden-designer writing from my small urban garden in a great city

Autumn colour glories

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Autumn really is in full swing now – as seen above as my Client’s beech hedge glows golden yellow in the sunshine yesterday.

Lace-cap hydrangeas give wonderful shows at the moment as well…

And Hawthorn berries are spectacularly red

A newly planted section of a shady north-facing bed at another Client’s garden features the wonderfully names Brunnera macrophylla ‘Looking Glass’ which has a wonderfully icy wintery feel about it…

Meanwhile the new bed at another Client’s garden is complete, following the line of stepping stones at last.

And the box spheres at another Client’s garden are looking ready for a dusting of frost, after a huge cut back in June.  Roll on winter then…

Happy November gardening!

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2 thoughts on “Autumn colour glories

  1. I love your shorter, more frequent updates!! They cheer up my day and provides lots of inspiration for the coming weekend. Keep them coming… :O)

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