Wordless Wednesday: Autumn Trees At Dyffryn

Autumn foliage and fruits, captured at Dyffryn Gardens, near Cardiff.

Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Garnet'

 




And that was just the trees…

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15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Autumn Trees At Dyffryn

    • I love acers. We have two tiny ones planted in our garden that have survived life in pots for 3 years, hopefully they will establish and grow to give us autumn colour in years to come.

    • I pestered to squeeze a jaunt for autumn colour into our few days off, as there’s nothing so dramatic near us at the minute. The acers were spectacular. ‘Garnet’ is straight to the top of the wishlist for both of us.

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  2. Beautiful colours. We were in full autumn colour here last week but the leaves seem to have dropped overnight leaving rather wintery looking branches. Shame but not unexpected, it is after all November! Bethx

    • Ah, there is still a lot of colour around us. I keep being distracted by the fiery red of a Cotinus outside my office window. The Rhus typhina beside it has lost its leaves now, though – they made a stunning combination for a while. Something to be said for municipal planting at this time of year! S x

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