47. Exbury Gardens (HDYGG 30)

Autumn leaves
Autumn leaves

Autumn days, when the grass is jewelled...

Autumn colours
Autumn colours
Autumn colours
Autumn colours
Red berries
Red berries
Red berries
Red berries
The Rock Garden at Exbury Gardens
The Rock Garden at Exbury Gardens
The Rock Garden at Exbury Gardens
The Rock Garden at Exbury Gardens
Autumn colours
Autumn colours
Molting tree
Molting tree
Autumn colours
Autumn colours
Pretty colours
Pretty colours
Creepy wood
Creepy wood

Another week, another How Does Your Garden Grow? and it's beginning to feel a lot like Winter outside. Crisper colder mornings, frosts, getting dark by 4pm. Papasaurus assures me that Winters official start is 22nd December but he might well be choking my chain...

Photos this week are from local Exbury Gardens again. I cannot wait to head down there when there's a really hard frost to get some super chilly images to share. Another thing that caught my eye whilst I was walking around the grounds was the Daffodil field. Obviously bare at present, the information sign on the path side told of how in Spring time this huge field that rolls down to the river is a sea of daffodils - you can imagine how that excited me!

I've been enjoying getting out and about in the forest for some 'me' time this week, the warming sun combined with the crunchy frosty ground underfoot made for a marvelous walk. This was much needed, I'm my own worst enemy at times, getting over excited about ideas and projects both current and future, I become over-immersed in it all. I guess I'm  one of those all or nothing types.

Huge thank yous and warm cups of tea passed round to everyone who continues to join in. Some faves from last week include: white berries, the demise of Holly,  the biggest pile of leaves ever, a flashback, bluebell bulbs and the most beautiful trip back in time.

Can you believe that this time next week it will be DECEMBER?! Me neither x