Autumn draws near

It’s begining to feel distinctively autumnal and the garden is in its last period of fruitfulness.  Here’s some of that:

Pears on a pear tree

Our pear tree with fruit for the first time

Romanesco plant

Our Romanesco: more architectural than edible

Red chard

Red chard: now not as delicious as it looks

Runner bean flower

Runner bean flower

Quince fruit

Quince. Our runcible spoons are ready.

Bee on a cardoon flower

Cardoon flower

Cardoon flower

Cardoon flower

About charlesbodsworth

I'm a dad of two, web content professional, occasional triathlete and blog about maintaining websites and, more personally, about my growing children and garden.
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