Tag: Cayratia thompsonii

  • The Forest Of Bere

    Tree surgeons visited The Firs today. The Laurel hedges have now been trimmed; acacias and firs tidied up; and a stubborn buddleia removed.  There is much more light available now to the new beds. Jackie drove me to Wickham where I left her to the village and her book whilst I undertook the AA Wickham […]

  • Autumn Approaches

    Seated in the arbour this morning I was struck by the bright colour change of the Cayratia thompsonii against the garage wall.  Yellow-green was making way for bright red. On September 22nd. I published a photograph of a seed-like object, asking for readers to identify it.  On the picnic table this morning we found evidence that it […]