The horse chestnut tree is still looking mighty fine, it has now swapped its flowers for fruits.
It is looking droopier than it was back in May, no doubt because the fruits are heavier than the flowers.
The young conkers on it are coming along nicely.Its neighbour which I believe is a lime tree, also known as Tilia or Linden, has some fine low hanging fruits. These are not the edible limes that people slice into drinks.The rowan tree has a splendid set of red berries, dazzling against the August blue skies.
And speaking of red berries, although it is clearly not a tree, the cuckoo pint’s berries have turned to a gleaming red.