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Jo's November Walk

Hello Everyone Well, have we had enough rain now?? I have tried not to complain about the weather because there are parts of the UK that have had dreadful flooding so I'm just thankful we have had just enough to refresh our gardens and replenish our water butts and I'll say no more! The autumn colour has continued to flourish in the garden and it starts in the car park. Fagus sylvatica or beech hedging to you and me, photos 1 and 2. These photos were taken one afternoon earlier in the month when the sun was still putting in the occasional appearance! Walking across in the front of the house towards the pond you couldn't miss the Parrotia persica, the Persian ironwood tree, which was looking

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