After so many storms there doesn’t seem to be many colourful autumnal leaves left on the trees. However, there is still autumn colour to be found. The smoke tree seems to have managed to retain most of its leaves, sheltered by the conifers.
A snapdragon plant that I bought cheaply from a DIY store on account of it being nearly dead has made a remarkable recovery despite my care and has started to flower.
The last of the cyclamens are blooming on the lawn.
The golden rod has gone to seed and is now more of a silvery rod.
Michaelmas daisies are paying no heed to the religious calendar.
There is always herb Robert to be found.
The purple bee lavender is looking glorious, but watch for lurking spiders when you admire it.
Evening primrose is the best substitute for the missing yellow disc in the sky.
Fox and cubs are a blaze of orange amongst the murk.
And of course we have the usual autumnal suspects of berries …