Autumn in Suffolk

The front garden is looking just as abundant as the back garden – in the evening light it looked more like high summer than autumn!

The front garden in the evening light

The front garden in the evening light

Anthemis 'Mayonnaise'

Anthemis ‘Mayonnaise’

There are some late roses – William Shakespeare and Graham Thomas

William Shakespeare

Graham Thomas

The bed which was replanted in the spring is working! The Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm’ are marvellously vibrant – I may plant a few more in the spring – and the Japanese Anemones ‘Honorine Jobert’ are starting to clump in the shade of the hedge.

15-10-3 Monk Frith Garden LR-7382

The sedums are spectacular!

Sedum 'Autumn Joy'

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’

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