Tuesday Treat

As promised, some touches of colour from our misty walk…

The huge downy leaves of the Tree Mallow

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And a late bloom from the Common Mallow

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Hogweed, always a reliable late bloomer… in both white and pink forms

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And strung in the hedges hops and bryony

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Ivy, a delight to see

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Oh, but what is this? They’re the seeds of the Tree Mallow

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Is it a photo of bracken, or of the dead-nettles? Maybe it’s just a picture of raindrops on grass?

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The autumnal leaves of the dogrose. The lane was lined with them, promising a beautiful walk come next June

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And sloe… so late in the year to be holding its berries

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We’ve marked a repeat of this walk for next spring/early summer

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27 Responses to Tuesday Treat

  1. Dale says:

    Definitely a treat! Wonderful images, Crispina.

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  2. Deborah says:

    These are brilliant Crispina! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  3. A visual toast to the treats of late autumn/early winter.

    Like

  4. Sadje says:

    Lovely pictures

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  5. Prior... says:

    oh your walk was misty and colorful

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  6. Are sloe berries edible? I’d be seriously surprised if those bryony ones were!

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