Autumn is not only the time for us to harvest our gardens but the birds, bees and other wildlife begin their harvest too of juicy berries, apples and nectar.
Yellow twig dogwood which the robins love, and this is the second batch of berries, the shrub flowers and forms berries in the spring too.
Elderberries, one year I'll pick some and make a pie.
Dwarf crabapples, the birds and squirrels fight over these.
I love the dainty red berries of barberry 'Rose Glow'. Not sure if these are eaten.
Holly berries at last! I've had this shrub that came in a pot with the male and female pieces for about 10 years. It is by no means loaded with berries but there are lots and that makes me happy.
A male house finch is feasting on the crabapples.
A bee is gathering nectar from the 'Sky Blue' native aster.
The harvest from a friends vegetable garden. Don't you love this time of year?
I'm linking with Fishtail Cottage for Cottage Flora Thursday and Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday.