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Jo's September 2018 post

Hello Everyone This final week of September is going to be a lovely one. The temperatures have dropped but there is plenty of sunshine for us to enjoy. I visited the garden yesterday and after a very wet & soggy weekend it was sparkling in the sunshine. So I'm starting this month with the Colchicum autumnale in the Arboretum, photo 1. They have appeared all around the garden and add a touch of welcome colour. Although they are called autumn crocus they are not a true crocus which you can also see in the photo. They come from the Colchicaceae plant family unlike the true crocuses which belong to the Iridaceae family. Moving on to the Courtyard the addition of all the plants have proved a huge

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