The quirky fruits of Autumn - # 280
The kitchen gardens are Ham House are tended by a team of gardeners and volunteers who strive to use the most eco-friendly and traditional methods to produce traditional crops for use in the Orangery Restaurant. Here, drenched in October sun, is a an amazingly colourful display in front of the old Orangery at Ham House.
Looks like they are destined for Halloween. I never recall seeing these sorts of gourds and pumpkins in the UK, although they are common over hereReplyDelete
What a perfectly autumnal display! It warms the cockles of my heart ;-)ReplyDelete
Amazingly colourful...and looking very tasty too!ReplyDelete
Love Autumn and the only way I get it is to visit all my blogging friends.ReplyDelete