DAY 192 (14 OCTOBER) – Siberian dogwood (Cornus abla) (Farnham)
I’ve decided rainwater looks good on red leaves. Just as well. As well as Siberia, this plant is also native to northern China and Korea. So all in all, it’s made a lucky escape to dreary wet England outside The Maltings arts centre.
Birds love the white berries, which start in midsummer and are still abundant. And it’s deer and rabbit resistant, though I’m not sure what that means? They are not attracted to it, or they may not live to regret trying it?