Colours of Scotland - Autumn/Fall
Although the main flowering season is over, there are still a number of plants which continue to bloom until the first hard frosts do their worst.
Hydrangeas have been flowering for most of the summer but by the end of October the colours of those still in bloom have become deeper and richer.
This variety of sedum is called, rather appropriately, "Autumn Joy".
The hardy fuschia is a versatile plant which comes in wide variety of colours. This dwarf variety, in a small border, has been in flower for many months.
After a succession of blooms throughout the summer, a few roses can still be found in central Scotland at the end of October.
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