September 2010

There are few new flowers for this month but many plants are still in flower and others are changing to autumn colours and producing seeds or berries.

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  • asparagus fern 26-9-10
  • berberis berries 26-9-10
  • bristly ox-tongue 12-9-10
  • buddleia 12-9-10
  • canadian fleabane 9-9-10
  • devil's-bit scabious 1-9-10
  • evening primrose 3-9-10
  • geranium (cranesbill) 4-9-10
  • hawthorn berries 3-9-10
  • honesty seed heads 4-9-10
  • marigolds 9-9-10
  • pansies 18-9-10
  • pyracantha berries 24-9-10
  • sedum 1-9-10
  • sedum 18-9-10
  • sedum 25-9-10
  • sun spurge 26-9-10
  • teasel 18-9-10
  • woody nightshade berries 26-9-10
  • woody nightshade berries 4-9-10
  • yellow fumitory 12-9-10