These berries are odd, but I have only seen them in the great glass dome in the Welsh botanic gardens. They are of Azara serrata in my garden. I have seen this shrub in flower often, a beautiful sight, but never the fruit. Also a second flowering of my Crinodendron has commenced, well that is gardening for you. Also, a welcome late summer burst from Strobilanthes atropurpureus. I do love this plant, but it didn't grow too well in Hampshire, not at all in Cumbria, and too well seeding everywhere here in Wales. To add to the colour this time of year, a yellow Impatiens scabrida flowers well, bringing in lots of bees. This annual is about 2ft high and makes a refreshing change to other species. It does seed around though so I keep an eye on it, and I am collecting seed this year.