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Jo's October Walk

Hello Everyone The weather has had a strange effect on the autumn colour this year. It seemed that as soon as the leaves started to change colour the heavy rain came along and washed the leaves off the trees. Some trees haven't started to put their autumn coats on yet so there will be more to come I hope. Let's start with what I did find. In the car park was this lovely Acer negundo. I think it's trying to decide whether to change colour or not, photo 1. Also, in the arboretum were hundreds of autumn crocuses (or croci). In the afternoon sunshine these looked so pretty and almost translucent, photo 2. The Front Lawn always provides a warm welcome to visitors and I love this view, photo 3. Th

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