September has been and gone already and Autumn has arrived with a whoomp of falling leaves. If I had written this a week ago I would not have said this, but suddenly it is here. We now have misty mornings and thankfully some beautiful sunny days. The equinox has been and gone and the days are getting shorter and shorter. The darkness is upon us.
It has been a busy month for me and I have spent a lot of time (too long) away from the garden. The garden, however, seems to have coped fairly well with this neglect.
tree fall on it last year, but it is alive.
Rosa Margaret Merrill, bought from the National Holocaust Centre, into the Pond Border. I have left the label on for now but it will be removed. I want to make sure it it properly labelled as it is a rose about not forgetting.
last month, on the pond. The heaps of parrot weed need removing but the water is visible and after some welcome rain the pond is refilling well. I am so glad that I have finally sorted it out.
Thanks to Helen as ever for hosting this meme.