Here we are at the end of another wet week and the start of a wet weekend, though there is a faint glow over the shed as the sun attempts to break through the clouds. I’m not sure it’s going to make it.
We have reached that point in the year where I find myself scratching around for images to share. I envy those who planned ahead and had the opportunity to buy autumn flowering plants. I didn’t. So this is all I have to show this Saturday.
The last of the busy lizzies in my ‘charity’ pot, just before I separated them into individual pots to see if I can keep them in the greenhouse until next year.
With Autumn officially here (22nd), my garden is preparing for hibernation. (So am I.)
With the exception of some general tidying and collecting of leaves, my gardening will mainly take place in the relative warmth of the Potting Shed and/or the Tiny Greenhouse (already the subject of their own, separate, posts) as I attempt to grow a succession of salad crops over the autumn and winter months and to start off sweet peas ready for next Summer.
And I embark on a new, non-garden related project in October as I begin a two-year Masters Degree in Creative Writing.
So this will be the final Monthly Roundup of 2020.