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It has been a mild Autumn, just turned cold now. But the winter colour is coming well, Pyracantha, Winter Jasmine, Mahonia bealiae, and Crab Apples.

Fernapple 9 Nov 24
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That Pyracantha is gorgeous!

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favorite.! I have some winter Jasmine - it is not real happy in its current location so I think I will move it - hopefully I won't kill it...

Heidi68 Level 8 Nov 24, 2020

Mine does very nicely here in the UK on a south wall.

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We have had a mild Autumn here in North Texas also. I have a yellow Nasturtium that just bloomed. (I'll have to get a picture). They struggled under the end of summer heat and I was certain they would suffer from cold before they could recover.

RussRAB Level 8 Nov 24, 2020
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Are these all in your garden ? Very colorful for winter .

Cast1es Level 9 Nov 24, 2020

Yes all within ten yards, except the Pyracantha, which is in the next village.

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Those bushes and flowers look lovely and make me happy to look at. Here, by Lake Ontario, all is in winter sleep mode already. I tried growing Mahonia one year, but the conditions are too harsh.

Spinliesel Level 9 Nov 24, 2020

Yes, that is tough, some Mahonias are hardier than others, but sadly only the dull ones are really tough. This one was cut down to the ground, even here in the UK, in 2010/2011 when we had a very, for us, cold winter.

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