It was damp and dismal yesterday morning which is typical for November but thanks to recent continuing good, and mild, weather there are still plenty of surprises to be seen on allotments and in gardens.
On the plot there are several flowering sunflowers which look rather strange as they have no leaves, along with some yellow pot marigolds and blue cornflowers.
I keep reading posts such as Caro’s Small but perfectly formed and Donna’s Still harvesting tomatoes in November! with a sense of wonder at just what an unusual year it’s been.
I was chatting with Cynthia Harrod-Eagles on her doorstep last Tuesday and commented on the nasturtiums that were still in full flower in her sheltered front garden. She also pointed out the Morning glory flowers!
Walking round the allotments on Thursday it was good to see the glorious autumn colours of the nearby trees but slightly disconcerting to see bindweed flowers along the perimeter fence.
And lastly how about this for sofa flying on, or perhaps I should say lawn lounging!
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