Aesculus hippocastanum, European horse chestnut, frosty November, persicaria affinis, Tuesday View
This morning we woke to our first proper frost. Bright at the moment, rain later. So a quick few shots of the view to share with Cathy and you, of course, at https://wordsandherbs.wordpress.com
A frozen Shropshire Lad
Cynara cardunulus dusted with frost looking almost monochrome
The border showing Autumn colours with a backdrop of Horse Chestnut trees, Aesculus hippocastanum.
If you look carefully you can see that the leaves are dropping. Looks like some more raking is required.
The light was lovely, golden. A beautiful Autumn morning, I hope you got to see a bit of it.
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