Tagged with Eriobotrya japonica

Perfume and colour in the December garden

Perfume and colour in the December garden

When the sun plays on the Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) tree the perfume expands over the garden and the bees descend on the flowers.  The flowers are just starting to open and are only opening slowly. Have you ever been caught out by thinking an artificial plant was a real one?  There are some fake plants … Continue reading

Autumn arrives in yellow

Autumn arrives in yellow

A misty start to a cool morning but at least we have had six millimetres of rain. The early morning mist adds to the autumn feeling. But the sun burns through and lights up the Maple-leaved Ash.  I don’t have many red leaves in the garden in the autumn. My best autumn colours are yellow, … Continue reading