What is growing, ripening and blooming in my garden these warm fall days? Here they are.
Viburnum red berries are ripening. Green apples are still hanging on the tree. They are hard and still sour because it is a late autumn variety 'Antonovka'.
Gooseberry berries hang down to the ground. They are ripe for a long time, I do not like to collect them - the bushes are prickly.
No one collects Actinidia berries (small kiwi), although they are very soft and juicy. Birds love them.
The last peppers and tomatoes ripen in the greenhouse. I made 'lecho' from peppers and ketchup from tomatoes and froze some for the winter.
I finish my story with a photo of Austin rose, which decided to extend the summer and opens new buds.
I wish you warm autumn and delicious fruits.