I had a good week…

plotting every morning except yesterday when it was damp and dull.  At this time of year that’s a real bonus as there’s still plenty to do.

This morning I cut down the climbing bean plants and added them to the compost heap.  I was pleased to find enough small beans for a couple of dinners.  I then pulled up the bamboo canes, cleaned them and put them away.  I weeded the area then roughly forked it over.  Needless to say the robin was around finding plenty of eat.

The cornus/dogwood is now showing its autumn colours with the green leaves turning brownish-red prior to dropping.

When they do I will collect them to add to the compost heap.



This morning I was given this flowering plant but the person who gave it to me doesn’t know what it is, and nor do I!

This coming week looks rather more unsettled with some rain, and feeling cooler later in the week.


Take care, and have a good week!

Author: Flighty

...allotmenteer, armchair gardener, blogger and sofa flying book buff.

14 thoughts on “I had a good week…”

  1. A very productive plot week by the sounds of it. Your beans pottered through magnificently in the end didn’t they Mr F.

    Re. Mystery plant, I’m not sure either. I momentarily thought of Campanula but those white blooms have more of a daisy look about them.



  2. You have been busy with autumn clean-up.
    I have no idea what type of plant you were given, except to note it is a late bloomer!


  3. The little flowering plant is lovely, so delicate. It’s good to find an extra harvest when tidying away at the end of the season isn’t it. Hope you have a good week. CJ


  4. I had a plant exactly like your mystery plant, for love nor money I can’t recall it’s name. The dogwood is looking lovely, great to know everything is composted. xxx


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