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    Posted: 12 Sep 2014 at 7:16am
walking down a town path today and this jumped out in front of my camera phone, I had to take a snap as to the wonderful colours all I have managed to snap as late I think its called a leaf? .

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Beautiful Keith. I always wondered what those things were called!

Here's 4 native Geraniums from a Devon roadside in May:

Cut-leaved Cranesbill, Shining Cranesbill, Herb Robert and Hedgerow Cranesbill:



and the flowers:



(Actually, Hedgerow Cranesbill is established alien)

Shame the herps will soon be disappearing but at least we've got plenty of autumn colours to enjoy eh?



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Lovely flower image.
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Proof if any were needed that wild flowers are just as beautiful, if not more so, than garden cultivars Thumbs Up

We should be in for a colourful autumn this year if the weather keeps nice Smile
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Thanks Suzi and yes, i agree Gemma
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