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Colours glowing vividly just before winter sets in


Colours glowing vividly just before winter sets in (Ensete ventricosum)

3 Nov 2013



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WOW!!!!!

20 Nov, 2013

 

Amazing Tommymoo Not norfolk i take it lol

20 Nov, 2013

 

Lovely garden Tommymoo. How cold are the winter temperatures in your winter location?

20 Nov, 2013

 

Wow!!! great picture Tommymoo.

20 Nov, 2013

 

Awesome,Tommymoo..

20 Nov, 2013

 

Great colours captured there , Tommy .
What a treat .

20 Nov, 2013

 

Those Musa's look amazing in the suns rays......

21 Nov, 2013

 

Thank you all for your kind comments.

It's getting colder down there and according to the weather forecast, the lowest temperature will go down to minus 3 this week. I hope this coming winter won't be as bad as the one we had a few years ago; it was the coldest winter in 25 years (or something like that) and it went down to -17 degrees (c). One of our radiator bursted, water in the loo froze (lol) and we lost loads of plants; cordylines, phormiums, to name a few. I brought in most of my non-hardy plants but haven't dug up turmeric yet.

25 Nov, 2013



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