I have been in Suffolk, England for the last two weeks and in that time many of the trees have changed their colour from green to gold; and from there being no fallen leaves in the garden, suddenly the grass is covered with a layer, albeit thin, of yellow leaves.
It seems to me that this is quite late, but maybe I am remembering Guy Fawkes Night with the crunch of masses of leaves underfoot. There is still time for that to happen of course, as it is still only the 22nd October, the day I celebrate all things foliage for Garden Blogger’s Foliage Day – Welcome!
As I’m not at home I’m just going to share a couple of images of how the garden was looking before I left. I am very much looking forward to seeing what you all have in your gardens whether it is the new bright foliage of spring or the colourful displays of autumn in the northern hemisphere.
This part of the garden is almost totally foliage focused so I’m sure you are going to see a lot more of it.
I’m returning home tomorrow for the olive harvest; I’m very much looking forward to seeing how the new planting is establishing.
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