19/52: signs of autumn

My three beautiful weeping japanese maples, Inaba shidare, continue to delight every autumn, with their vibrant burgundy tones.

They seem to all be at various stages of colour-changing, though unfortunately the photos do not do them justice.

weeping japanese maples in autumn (3)

weeping japanese maples in autumn (2)

weeping japanese maples in autumn (4)

Moving around the garden, there seems to be an abundance of the reddish and burgundy tones, including the delightful nandina.

nandina

Even some of the flowers are in an analogous colour range, such as the nerines and fuchsia.

nerine

fuchsia

Just when you thought they were all very similar, the marvellous marigolds stand out golden in their contrast.

marigolds

marvellous marigolds

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