Despite what I wrote in my last couple of posts I was pleased to do some final autumn plotting on Monday and yesterday. That included bringing home the gladioli bulbs that I dug up some weeks ago to store, under the bed in the spare room, until next spring. I don’t normally dig them up but as part of my planned changes I want them all in one group, although I’m still pondering whereabouts that will be.
I’m still slowly sorting out all the annual flower seeds that I collected to save for next year. I just wish that they were all easy like nasturtiums and not fiddly like cornflowers.
I’ve sort of decided what flowers and vegetables I’m hoping to grow next year. I’m aiming for fewer but better, and will be making yet another effort at successive vegetable sowing.
Forthcoming posts will include what I’ll be growing, I shall be continuing the sort of Plot A to Z, which has only got as far as H, and I’ve not forgotten that I’m going to look back over the five years that I’ve been plotting.
I started National Novel Writing Month this morning after breakfast and wrote 1700+ words ending with an ex-policeman’s dead body being found in the boot of his car.
Lastly here’s wishing Glo/Porcelain Rose a happy birthday. I hope that you have a lovely day, and here’s the last of this year’s Pretty Lady roses just for you. xx
Have a good weekend!