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2014

Posted: 26/10/2014 at 08:40

Another mild dry day ahead so should be able to get more of  my plants in and more weeding and pruning done.  Forecast is for even warmer Monday and Tuesday!  The fallen apple harvest needs seeing to, either giving away or freezing as pulp.  I will harvest the rest of the sweetcorn too and that will give me a raised bed to plant garlic cloves from the ones I grew this year.  

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 21:07

Oh dear, sounds like the norovirus.  Keep yourself hydrated and get well soon.

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 16:58

Aww, nothing more than a cold I hope?

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 13:19

Last pics for now.

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2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 13:05

More autumn colour from my garden this morning.

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 More to come.

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 12:38

Such warm autumn colours up my sunny garden this morning.

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 More to come.

Monty don new series

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 11:54

I keep gasping at the cost of it all.  I have a very tight budget being on Guaranteed Pension credit but I have a very productive garden so have a millionaire style diet - all organic with no food miles and no millionaire could buy the satisfaction i get from doing my garden.  Monty was so right when he said to one couple (the Japanese Garden ones I think) do fall in love with the process of gardening.  Growing a lovely plant from seed or a cutting from a friend gives much more pleasure than buying hundreds of pounds worth of plants from a garden centre.

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 11:30

Whacked now but a lot of work done and a cup of coffee will soon put me right.The sun is out and glinting on the lovely autumn colours on my acers and azaleas and the fuchsias are still flowering well.  Must take my camera up.

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 09:41

Good morning, Beaus Mum.  I love the last one.  It is such a cool blue.  Off to make scones before I go out in the garden to tackle quite a few jobs as it is the weekend when you do not know who will drop in for tea.

2014

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 09:25

I just had to smile back at my pansies as I took their po

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