early this morning it’s now another glorious autumnal day.
One plant that didn’t do well all through the summer was the hydrangea which despite regular watering mostly looked lifeless with no sign of any flowers, and has only perked up in the last month or so.
Now the leaves are changing from green to red prior to dropping.
During the week I cleared the second lot of climbing beans, put away the canes then dug the area over. That means all three vegetable patches are now cleared and dug, and I’ve already put six barrow loads of sieved compost on the one where I’ll be planting the potatoes next year.
Here’s more flower pictures showing a white California Poppy and some pink cosmos.
Have a good week!