Autumn in Suffolk

I can’t believe that it is early October and the garden still looks good. I started clearing up in the back garden, cutting down the Japanese Anemones before the seedpods could burst – they are multiplying quite fast enough without seeding as well! I need to thin the clumps but I think I will wait til early spring while the plants are still dormant. The Viburnum berries are abundantly red and the sedums are absolutely stunning. The cool start to the year meant they didn’t romp away and I have compact plants with enormous flower heads.

Back garden

Opposite corner of the back garden, with dogwood, bay, and ferns

Opposite corner of the back garden, with dogwood, bay, and ferns

Nephrolepsis Cordifolia

Nephrolepsis Cordifolia

Laurel - bay leaves

Laurel – bay leaves

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