Thanks for calling in.
It's not just our garden that's producing such beautiful Autumny hues. On a walk not far away, the Heath, woods and residential streets are also looking good. Let's have a look at those subtle colours.
1. There are a lot of these fungi, possibly an inedible common earthball, around the woods.
2. The muted jigsaw of bracken turning yellow and brown mixed in amongst still-green-fern and purple heather, also past its best now, is stunning.
3. Whitebeam berries are turning orangey-red contrasting with the tree's grey green leaves.
5. A white-fading-to-pink hydrangea provides a subtle shade perfect for the time of year.
Faced with this natural beauty plus an urge to buy some wool, I've started a Moorland Blanket designed by Lucy at Attic24 which sits happily next to the heathers in the garden.
Have a wonderful weekend.