An Autumn Walk in Provence

ventoux redbushHere are a couple of photos from my dog walk last week. Mont Ventoux dominates the landscape, as you can see. The pyracantha, which self seed here as in many parts of the world, look great in the fall. Too thorny for me to want to cultivate in the garden, but there are many along the roadsides and in disused fields. Some people use them as a property hedge, quite tall, and if pruned right they are a wall of red this time of the year, and in the spring a wall of white. Beautiful.

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3 Responses to An Autumn Walk in Provence

  1. marval says:

    why “the land of no”? i would say, “yes!”

  2. hester gillespie says:

    Hi Bon, pictures didn’t come through. You have made the move? When will the venue open, or has it? Such the entrepreneur. So many French word in the English language….It rained here last night, finally, a few puddles around but not enough rain to filter through the pots and end up in the saucers, unless they were under the edge of roof and caught eave water. h

    On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 11:51 PM, Dispatches from the Land of No (Non!) wrote:

    > chezbon posted: ” Here are a couple of photos from my dog walk last week. > Mont Ventoux dominates the landscape, as you can see. The pyracantha, which > self seed here as in many parts of the world, look great in the fall. Too > thorny for me to want to cultivate in the garden” >

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