This is an indicative list of what trees maybe in flower or bearing fruits throughout the year. It is not an exhaustive list, but an informative listing to encourage readers to explore further, and I suggest the Collins Book of British trees as a starting place.
The end season of fruit picking, and hopefully, before the start of the autumn storms all is safely gathered in.
The end of the Bramble (blackberries) season too.
The list of trees is the same as May.
From the sharp observation of last month concerning, hazel nuts, beech nuts, almond nuts and chestnuts, some are now ready for harvest, and others will follow in September.
The seeds of the sycamore, hornbeam, ash, larch, London plane and oak are all showing well too at this stage, plus the first hawthorn fruits, holly, yew, dog wood, acorns, ivy berries, lime seeds too. The bushes of the blackthorn will be full of sloes, time for sloe wine and gin making.
The start of autumn with the changing colours of the leaves, the shortening of daylight hours and windier weather too. The month when trees start, seriously, to shed their leaves.