We're running against the back end of the year so only one or two new plants. Most are hangovers from previous months. Having said that it's still mild enough to leave a good few in flower.
Fuchsias - at least the species fuchsias - seem made for autumn. I have a problem with thrips in the summer and my Fuchsia do seem to prefer the cooler weather to flower well.
Fuchsia magellanica var. molinae (previously alba) is a case in point. It's a fairly hardy small tree when allowed to grow but, as I don't have the room, I have to keep it cut back to a twiggy shrub. Small flowers but very pretty, with a delicacy that isn't always present in the larger cousins.
|Fuchsia magellanica var. molinae|
|Fuchsia splendens 'Karl Hartweg'|
On the shed wall Clematis cirrhosa 'Freckles' is once again putting out an autumn display. I still can't detect the alleged scent!
|Clematis cirrhosa 'Freckles'|
|Christmas cactus, Schlumbergera buckleyi|
As ever, my thanks to May Dreams Gardens for hosting the Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day meme. Head over there to see what's flowering in many more gardens round the world.