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September garden in late sunshine.

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Just popped out to catch some late afternoon photos after 2 hours of painting .Was beginning to feel somewhat stiff!

Large red hips from the wild rose.This rose appeared from nowhere just in the right place too!

The Thuja needed trimming this morning to balance the shape…

The 2 grasses are shown at their best when the evening sun is directly above them

Looking across the drive border.

Aster against the Festuca Glauca.

Slowly jazzing up the forgotten area.New stain on fencing and few new containers.

View of those huge trees which drop their leaves demanding our bagging up services.The job is endless…if only the farmer would reduce their heights.

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garden is looking brilliant Julia. The long slanting light always does a good job on photos.
The asters do look good at this time of year.

24 Sep, 2022

 

Ah yes but reducing the height of those lovely trees would spoil their outline in winter.Don't you love the sight of a blue sky through the tracery of bare branches? That photo is beautiful -an easy winner in my book!

24 Sep, 2022

 

Eileen ,I really appreciate your kind comment...early evening photos are a favourite of mine.
Stera,these bare trees are much more appealing to me than when they are full of foliage...it is so good to see the fields in the distance.

24 Sep, 2022

 

Julia, your garden looks fabulous to me! I do like the Aster with the Festuca grass.

25 Sep, 2022

 

Shirley your so kindx

25 Sep, 2022

 

I join others in liking your Asters, Julia..... but the rest of the garden looks equally lovely. 5 stars (of of 5) from me.

25 Sep, 2022

 

That's a super comment to go to sleep on..
Thank you Klahanie...I'm desperately resisting help for as long as I can.

25 Sep, 2022

 

It all looks stunning Julia, you caught it at just the right time, there is a glow about it, the photo's are lovely as is your garden....

26 Sep, 2022

 

Thank you so much Lincs...as usual a very kind comment.....That glow doesn't stay around for long,you are lucky if you can catch it.x

27 Sep, 2022

 

I agree with Lincs, Julia..it does all look stunning!
I thought I had lost my aster in the hot weather , but when we came home after our holidays, I was pleased to seeing it doing so well again!

28 Sep, 2022

 

Thank you so much Rose.have been wondering.how you are progressing after your fall?

Some of my Asters have developed mildew...have you noticed this?

28 Sep, 2022

 

I am fine now Julia thanks. No pain and can walk without my stick.
I meant to ask you if the Thuga minds being cut back at all as there is one in the front garden which is a very weird shape now.

30 Sep, 2022

 

That's great to hear Rose.Did you have any physio? Must be a good feeling to walk around without pain.
It's the first time I've shaped the Thuja....so will let you know how it does.

30 Sep, 2022

 

Beautiful pics, Julia. That aster is so floriferous, love the colour too! I agree, that glow captured is quite serene..I noticed it this afternoon here, as I finished some garden tasks…I sat down and caught the warm sunshine after a trimming session…it was such pleasant weather today.

2 Oct, 2022

 

Pleased you liked them Kate...did you relax on your new patio?

2 Oct, 2022

 

I sure did, Julia..in the late afternoon sunshine…lovely.

3 Oct, 2022

 

That's a gorgeous garden , love how you shaped all the shrubs and especially the tree with the bench in front

30 Oct, 2022

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