Not all Glooom

by AnneWareham on November 21, 2014

Yes, I’ve been neglecting anyone who is kind enough to follow this blog. And right now I’m somewhat out of words, having been frantically book writing in every spare moment since June…words words words..

So, I’m cheating. Some pictures of Veddw in November. (though it’s not usually like this at the moment – we are having plenty November wetandmiserable.)

An autumn rose at Veddw, copyright Anne Wareham.

Beech trees Autumn Veddw Copyrght Anne Warehamand….

Crescent Border Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

Grasses autumn, Veddw copyright Anne Wareham

Hedges,, Veddw copyright Anne Wareham

Miscanthus autumn Veddw copyright Anne Wareham Sorbus autumn Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

Veddw autumn Copyright Anne Wareham.Veddw view across lawn, Autumn, copyright Anne Wareham

 

Grasses, Veddw, copyright Anne Wareham

View from Veddw, autumn, copyright Anne Wareham

Wood- beech trees  Veddw, copyright Anne Wareham

View over parterre Veddw, copyright Anne Wareham

Cotinus Autumn Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

New garden November Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

Reflecting Pool with leaves November Copyright Anne Wareham

Maple by ruin leaves autumn colour November Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

View over black fence November Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

That’s it folks! Back to book….

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Dee Nash November 21, 2014 at 4:18 pm

Lovely views. My garden was looking great until an arctic front decided to change all that. I do understand about not having any words. We writers simply must recover from our work.~~Dee

AnneWareham November 21, 2014 at 4:22 pm

Are you buried in snow?! It’s just mostly wet here until the sun shines and it’s transformed. Wouldn’t mind a little cold but not five feet of snow.

John November 21, 2014 at 6:11 pm

I think that we need a discussion about the definition of “spare moment” as yours seems somewhat narrow. But, as there’s yet to be a frost here, I still have roses blooming, New Guinea impatiens covered in flowers with buds hiding underneath, fuchsias flowering their little socks off, a single strawberry that is ripening slowly. The blackbirds got the last of the grapes but they’ve left some berries on the pyracantha. Little dots of colour around the garden. But the trees seem to be going from green to bare – no intervening autumnal leaf colours. Black house spiders running around looking for a mate but stopping to have a little tickle on the back. And still finding little inch long frogs everywhere. Wonderful isn’t it?

AnneWareham November 22, 2014 at 10:48 am

It is a weird year but I understand frost is now on its way. Though perhaps not five feet of snow!

Paul Steer- November 21, 2014 at 7:38 pm

Lovely photography of a special place – looking forward to the book!

AnneWareham November 22, 2014 at 10:47 am

Charles says he’s enjoying it! (the book) Xxx

Julieanne Porter (@GwenfarsGarden) November 22, 2014 at 10:22 am

Totally gorgeous. Clearly worth visiting all year around

AnneWareham November 22, 2014 at 10:46 am

Well, probably not in the rain in November – the sun makes so much difference at this time of year.