The garden is still relatively colourful, although less so than in
spring and high summer. Our sweet peas are past their best and the
sunflowers have peaked. When the first frosts come - usually November -
we will replace the begonia sempiflorens with primroses, which give
colour all winter.
We'll blink and it will be spring, but we have autumn
and winter beauty to enjoy first. Luckily in the UK all seasons have their pleasures.