Tuesday Treat: Berries and Foliage

Photos of Foliage and Berries taken on my walk to Ringland Hills (28 Oct 2020)

Holly: 28 Oct 2020

And you can’t have holly without…

Ivy: 28 Oct 2020

And for colour…

Blackberry-bramble: 28 Oct 2020

Beech leaves: 28 Oct 2020

For me, it isn’t properly autumn until the beech turns

Beech leaves: 28 Oct 2020

Rowan berries: 28 Oct 2020

Alder catkins: 28 Oct 2020

The alder already bears next spring’s catkins alongside this year’s “fruits”. Couldn’t get closer… oops, into the water

Guelder Rose: 28 Oct 2020

Guelder Rose leaves and berries…

Guelder Rose: 28 Oct 2020

Old Man’s Beard: 28 Oct 2020

aka Traveller’s Joy, a wild form of the popular garden climber, Clematis

Bryony berries: 28 Oct 2020

It has been a prolific year for bryony; it is everywhere with its bright red berries

Ivy: 28 Oct 2020

I’ve included this one for the flint wall. I love this dry-stone wall. There’s quite a length of it, and it’s old and crumbling

But that’s all folks, for this week. Hope you’ve enjoyed it. Have a good week. Stay safe.

About crispina kemp

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14 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Berries and Foliage

  1. Dale says:

    Wonderful photos. I really gotta learn the names of the plants around me. I am so bad, I’ve no clue.

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  2. Beautiful photos, as always, Crispina. A wonderfully colourful autumnal collection, and certainly a year for berries. The hedgerows seem to be more bountiful than usual…or perhaps only I’m noticing them more this year 🙂

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  3. aFrankAngle says:

    I love the red berries of fall and winter because they show life is still going strong – even in the surroundings of death and decay.

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  4. Lovely autumn pictures. I think beech is one of the most beautiful trees in autumn.

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