a blog that I really enjoy following. Hence the unusual language today.
In our corner of the western part of Denmark we have had several nights of frost already so garden flowers are definitely beginning to be scarce: Rosa Claire Austin, however, still has flowers and flower buds to show, and the leaves are still healthy and green.
This freckled helleborus orientalis hybrid is rather early, I think.
Black lady, the little sister, started flowering a fortnight earlier - as usual.
Clematis roguchi´s last flower Lupinus arboreus still has two flowers
The highlight of our garden right now is without a doubt this callicarpa, which, by the way, I have shown on my blog so many times by now that I am afraid my regular readers are quite fed up with it, especially since it is quite difficult to take a decent photo of it.
Whereas the callicarpa will lose its splendour once winter sets in, the beech hedge will be a constant source of pleaure until spring is back.