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FLOWERS ARE LEAVING THE GARDEN AS WE HEAD TOWARDS WINTER
Photos taken by Gay Klok with a digital camera
 
 
The roses are still perfuming the garden in the late Autumn Days
 
 
Clinging to the pillar, so welcome when all other flowers are calling it a day
 
 
The first Camellias hint of the beauty to come
 
A semi-tropical climber flowers from mid summer right through Autumn
Berries of the above climber add to the colour of Autumn
 
 
The following photos are taken in the Town Garden
 
 
The brilliant colour of a standard filigree Acer
Hydrangeas are still producing their flowers
The extraordinary seed heads of Eunonymous
The evergreen Azaleas are blooming in the swimming pool surrounds
Also in the swimming pool area the Rhododendron vereya blooms throughout Winter
Amalanchier brightens a green corner in the Town garden
 
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