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The end of September

One morning this week I realised that almost overnight, the lime tree at the end of the garden had started to tun yellow. Then this morning I spotted a few things I just had to photograph. A spider that has … Continue reading

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Late summer

Actually it’s been starting to feel distinctly autumnal! All five of our crop of Bramleys have been picked, given a quick cooking with sugar and popped in the freezer. The soft fruits have given their all for this year – … Continue reading

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All the colours of the rainbow

Well, pretty much. Just a selection of the colourful things happening at the moment – we have asters: Rudbeckias: These are the new perennial ones: And the annuals look fantastic mixed with the clary: Fuschia: And shiny black Hypericum berries: … Continue reading

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A quick trim

I’ve spent a couple of hours in the garden this afternoon having a tidy up – quite a few things needed chopping back and there was some weeding to do as well. Actually there’s still weeding to do but after … Continue reading

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Mum’s garden (mostly)

We visited Mum today – her garden is looking lovely, lots of colour, so I took some photos to show you. At the front, the rudbeckias are doing very well and have filled out a lot. There’s also a lot … Continue reading

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Not the best pictures in the world

But then, it’s been that sort of day. So when I got home and was greeted by┬áthese lovely roses I had to take a quick snap. Then I found the first rudbeckia to be in flower: And that cheered me … Continue reading

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The yellows and oranges are coming

For the last few weeks it seems the garden has been a sea of pinks, blues and purples with just the occasional dot of white, red or yellow. But the front garden is started to show a bit of variety, … Continue reading

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