Sunday, 7 October 2007

Early October At Barleycorn

Autumn foliage on silver birch tree
Butterfly on ligularia
hoverflies on asters
Yellow berries on rowan tree

10 comments:

IndianWildlifeClub said...

Even a small back yard garden can become a haven for wildlife, that is my experience. Of course I avoid using chemical fertilizers or pesticides. I do not feed the birds. A small water bath for the birds attract as many as 15 bird species in my garden. They feed on insects, butterfly larvae and have created their own food chain.

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome to our little corner of paradise. Thank you for introducing yourself. My garden is also organic :)

smilnsigh said...

So happy to see more beautiful photos posted here.

Mari-Nanci

A wildlife gardener said...

Good morning, smilnsigh, and a warm welcome to you once more. It's amazing how quickly the year goes round, and we are once again in Autumn.

Catherine said...

Gorgeous photo's !!
The Rowan tree...very pretty!
Cat

A wildlife gardener said...

Good morning and a warm welcome to you again, Catherine. Thank you for the compliments :)

Ruth Welter said...

Hi WG, just beautiful photos as always. You have such pretty pictures on all 4 of your blogs now...it's hard to keep up.

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you so much for the compliments, dear Ruth. My main blog tells the story of the garden at Barleycorn, whereas the other three are photo blogs of... our garden; plants and gardens on my travels, and my paintings, which means anyone can look through them quickly.

Bimbimbie said...

Nice to see you back and thank you for the info you left for me *!*

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, bimbimbie. It's lovely to be back where I belong. East, west, home's best...