#280 A confused Kerria and a bee magnet in the garden.

It is October. The weather has taken a turn and is now a little more wintry. The first frosts are due in the next few weeks. It is NOT Spring.

I think I need to explain all that to our Kerria in the garden.  It normally provides a wonderful golden-yellow show in the Spring, heralding warmer weather to come. A bit surprising then, to see fresh flowers on it today.

I dodged the rain showers to get a picture, to prove that just occasionally, even Nature can get it’s timings a little out. Not that I’d expect anyone to use that line if they happen to be late for one of my meetings!  😉

An unseasonal Kerria

An unseasonal Kerria

Fortunately, the Rudbeckia is keeping with tradition and is providing that last blast of yellow in the garden, much to the delight of the bees that were busy visiting today.

Rudbeckia. Good for bees at this time of year.

Rudbeckia. Good for bees at this time of year.

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