This morning was one of those mornings when it was overcast, a soft grey start and yet the weakening sun felt as if it would put in an appearance at some stage. There was a slight Autumnal edge to the day and I started out hopeful for a little sunshine. The pinks looked a soft grey pink.
The sun did shine and after the rain yesterday it was really rather pleasant. Persicaria, Pheasants tail grass, Sedum and Japanese anemone looked as pretty as a picture so I thought I should share them with you.
Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘ Rosea’Anemone hupehensis
Sedum ‘Autumn joy’
It is quite remarkable how the light and a blue sky changes how things look. Me? Well I had a busy day and i thought I would show you my gloves following the delightful task of stripping the seed head from Stipa tenuissima.
Tricky little blighters those seed heads. Think the gloves will have to in the bin.
I do hope you have had a good day wherever you are.
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