It's been sunny here all day until now as it is just clouding over, the wind was particularly strong on the coastal path today, could be the last...
@noisette47 it is related but in the Caesalpinia family as they are all legumes..
It isn't hardy here so it goes in the greenhouse for the winter.
Nerine codora has opened with the late flowering Hosta Purple Heart behind.[ATTACH]
@Scrungee or any other anglers here, any idea on this fish, not uk but south west France, in a shallow river, about 9ins long.
Warm and sunny but a strong blustery wind, 20c.:smile:
@noisette47 that's hotter than where we were last week!My Calliandra is late flowering too, only just opened in the last few days and they don't...
Warm and sunny day in Bristol, 21c.:smile:
Perhaps they should have been called Yellow Bellied Wagtails:smile:House Martins (below) and Crag Martins (above) at Roque de Gageac.
As well as perennial Salvias and Valerian I saw lots of them last week in France on Ivy leaf Geraniums and Gaura.
Dordogne last week.
[ATTACH]Silver Washed Fritillary.
Lagerstroemia grown as street trees and hedges all around the towns in the Dordogne far out numbering Oleander.
@nathan7 normally hardy, dies down for the winter and regrows from tubers the following spring.
Occassionally flowers are bi-coloured some having...
Well done @roders you can't beat Felco.:blue thumb:
Female Black Redstart on one of the roofs at Sarlat Cathedral.
Back with a bump, after the last few days away and around 32c, this morning is cool and windy but sunny.:smile:
Cloudy down in the Dordogne but still a warm 25c.
Also seen a Swallowtail too @Jenny namasteThe gulls are Black Headed, the same as ours in the UK.
Scorchio day, 31c in Le Bugue.
I used to grow a few but never had the sun and warmth of where @pete lives to flower like that:frown:
Hot and sunny all day here in Le Bugue and Le Roque Gageac. 29c.
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