Welcome to Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day where I share with you my belief that to have a garden that pleases you all year foliage must be a major consideration when choosing plants.
The walnut trees in the garden lost their leaves at the end of September but because we have had so much rain all the other trees have retained their foliage until now; however with falling light levels and shorter day lengths all the deciduous trees are changing in colour and with a slight breeze the leaves are falling.
I’d be quite happy if the wisteria did lose its leaves now as it is blocking the light into the kitchen now.
This morning I found lots of seedlings of the Euphorbia in the gravel which I’ll be potting up as they are always useful in all areas of the garden.
In the foreground is Arbutus unedo with flowers and fruits
this morning I found this fungus growing on some fallen leaves and on moss covered tuff.
It is also worryingly growing on the base of Rosa mutabilis
You join with GBFD please just link to and from this post; I look forward to seeing what foliage you have today.