Confused plants and seasons

Took this photo in Russell Square in central London today which clearly shows the confused seasons.

The summer geraniums are still flowering beautifully whilst the leaves  are turning a lovely Autumn colour .

If you want to catch some gorgeous late flowering Exotic plants visit Will Giles garden in Norwich this Sunday 23rd October for his final 2011 open day

Time to start thinking about how to protect tender plants from the cold and wet that I presume will eventually arrive in the South over the next few weeks .These sunny October days have been a delight for plants and lets hope we dont get the harsh winter that is predicted again.

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