My sort of temp, Pat. I was born to be a hothouse flower.
For bigger stuff, I use loppers. it needs both hands but puts less pressure on the hands.
Does anyone know if the supermoon produced extra high tides?
A few sea slugs (Nudibranchs) the feathery bits on the back are gills.
I love eucalypts in flower.I think one of my favourites is"silver princess", not hardy here,but Kings Park in Perth WA has some beautys.
I don't wait after 7pm.
I have trays of rocket and salad leaves in the greenhouse. There are some mixes that are better for winter, and others for summer. They are slow growing at this time of year, but the odd sunny day boosts them along a bit.
Tulip bulbs are usually more pointed. Alliums more spherical.
Can you post a picture.?
Still lots of shredding for me. I did get dragged out of bed at some unearthly hour to see a bright moon. Didn't look much different to me, but then I didn't have my glasses on.
Yes, it is also easier to overwinter, you just stop watering and put them somewhere frost free to dry off. You will need big pots.