Today’s photos are from May Kald (GrannyMay) on Vancouver Island. Last time we visited May (refresh your memory HERE), she was waiting for more color to arrive. Today she says, “I thought I’d better send in my final photos for autumn 2014 while it is still officially fall. Now that the seasonal rains, windstorms, and the cold have come, I don’t expect much more colour change, just falling leaves and the last flush of berries. I’ll start with the brilliant oranges and reds of my larger maple trees that took their time this year, but finally did themselves proud. The smaller Japanese maples never did colour up, nor did the purple smoke bush, the birch, oak, or willow trees. Our temperatures were too warm to trigger their fall displays. Still, there was colour enough to satisfy anyone except the very picky! As well, the roses kept blooming, the birds were happy, and there are plenty of berries!” May, your garden is such a joy in any season. ***We’ll be back tomorrow and Wednesday with more photos from May!***
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