BBC Autumn plants and wildlife

Mon, Oct 17, 2011

Climate Change

The South East of England had another wonderful weekend with loads of sun and lovely warm temperatures These photos were taken at 4pm yesterday in my Eastbourne garden after a day surrounded by butterflies, bees and birds with many spring bulbs starting to show their heads at the same time that my tomatoes are still ripening  – weird weather or as Monty Don said on BBC Gardeners World last Friday – “where did the seasons go?”

Share your experiences of  Autumn wildllife and plants on BBC Autumnwatch blog from  the BBC2 TV programme Friday evenings at 8.30pm




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