This is the view from my studio, overlooking the decking and pergola. The jasmine and wisteria have just had their autumn haircut.
The view from the bedroom window, which shows the original colour of the brickwork, this area is usually covered by one of the cars, so it hasn't weathered like the rest.
From the front room you can see a small area of newly removed grass, where I've put a jasmine plant that was growing too big for its pot, I included a few narcissus bulbs in the hole for some spring colour.
From the kitchen window, the garden is now preparing itself for the oncoming autumn and winter, the newly moved fig tree is already shedding its leaves, the pergola has had a trim, and the grass has had its final cut of the year.
Pop your head out of the back door and look to your right, and here is what you will see.
This little area of the garden is still full of colour, the nasturtiums have put on a magnificent show all summer, and are still going strong.