What a wet autumn here in Pembrokeshire! The plants and grass continue to grow although it is time for them to slow down. It makes tidying the garden for its winter rest much more difficult. The salvia leucantha is at its best with long pale purple flowers and the mahonia is nearly ready to burst forth in yellow colour. The colourful goldfinches are daily visitors at the feeders and the huge flocks of starlings have startled me in the garden when they noisily swarm overhead.

Red Flower Sue Clark | Golwg yr Ynys | Carnhedryn | Solva | Haverfordwest | SA62 6XT