The weather has changed; there is now only a few hours in the afternoon when it is warm and pleasant; in the mornings there is a nip in the air. The light has changed. There is even a little autumn colour in the garden caused by the warmish days and cold nights.
This morning was cloudy and the pomegranate didn’t glow as it did later in the day
Looking along the Left hand path
These Sedum, are the ones that had bright pink flowers, they are over now and the foliage has even turned yellow, I don’t remember that happening in other years
Sedum Matrona just a few steps away hasn’t changed colour at all, in fact the flowers hardly look as if they have opened yet.
The Tuesday view, taken from a little further back standing on the terrace
and from where I usually stand
The leaves on the white mulberry are also beginning to fall without a very noticeable change in colour first
I’m not sure if Cathy at Words and Herbs will be posting today my link is to her post last week. Do check it out if you missed it then.
Have a good week; I hope you are all enjoying a little colour in your gardens this week.