Fall Colours
September 21st

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This will be my last visit for the year except for a final "cleanup" in October.

There is still some sedum blooming at the foot of the rhododendrons.

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Hiding in the middle of the rhodos - where no one sees them - is a clump of late blooming day lilies.

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The osteospermum thinks it's spring again.

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Tiny crabapples!

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Another tree, with larger crabapples.

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People grow flowers as well as vegetables in their allotment beds.

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Someone has a lot of ripening jalapeņo peppers.

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Some squash and pumpkins.

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This maple says it's fall.

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I don't know the identity of this tall plant with lacy flowers.

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The children's garden still has lots of colour.

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There are lots of bright yellow and red flowers in this bed.

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This birch can bee seen from all over.

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The dahlias are still in full bloom.

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This bed of begonias and dusty miller glowed in the morning light.

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A San Remo rose has all these colours on one plant.

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A fall crocus has been flattened by the recent rains, but is still a burst of colour.

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