It might be Winter but there are still flowers ……

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This I think is Swiss Chard…..

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And lots of Holly with berries…..

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  1. so pretty...the swiss chard looks like rhubarb too.

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  2. On a grey day like today, an unexpected flower is sure a welcome surprise!

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  3. Hi there Anne. Lovely to see you here today. Such a treat to see such flowers at this time of year. It's been quite mild over the past week, hasn't it?! Let's hope those flowers hang in there for a little longer. Hope all is well with you my friend.

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  4. Hi Anne,

    Pretty flowers you have there - beautiful flowers.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Have a lovely week!

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  5. Yes I still have flowers in my garden in Reading and it was positively tropical yesterday. Lovely isn't it? :)

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  6. The top one is gorgeous and has me singing the Sir Elton John tribute to Lady Di.

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  7. The weather was so (relatively) warm when I was in London a few weeks ago that I'm not surprised to see the plants enjoying it! Lovely photos!

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  8. This autumn was not so bad, we are having kind of fog only for 2 days so far and no rain (which usually happens beginning from October)!

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  9. Lovely flowers and lots of berries on the holly I think might mean a cold winter ahead in UK folklore?

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  10. The weather has been amazing to date and we still have many flowers around. I just hope this weather is not the lull before the storm!!! Hope all OK with you. Diane xx

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  11. They say that the more berries there are, the harder the winter will be! So far, so good.

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  12. As you know, no winter here..though we do wish to have a change of seasons one day. Beautiful flowers and happy thanksgiving :)

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  13. Hi Anne! We're in the U.S. for Thanksgiving and your photos make me miss my new home in England. Flowers and photos are gorgeous!

    Cheers from the other side of the pond :) C and C

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  14. Pretty in Red,
    all of them!
    My favorite is the Swiss Chard, though,
    what a proud vegetable it is, isn't it?

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  15. Could those holly berries mean we are in cold winter?

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