Posts Tagged ‘september’

As many of you will be aware – this summer has been a bit of a washout here in the UK.  Yet despite that – I think the garden is looking quite pretty at the moment as it has massed planting of Japanese anemones and Cosmos “purity”.  This is dotted with Verbena bonariensis,  a dash of red Penstemon,  plus the ubiquitous dahlia ‘Bishop of Llandaff’  which stops the whole thing from being too wishy-washy

Happily my rose “Aloha” a climbing Hybrid Tea Rose – is also blooming again – scenting the garden beautifully.

Garden Bloggers Bloom day is brought to you by the awesome Carol of May Dreams Garden – so do go and visit her, and check out what is blooming all over the world and in the next street.


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3 days – no rain – Brilliant!

We have had no rain for three days.

We have had 3 days of sunshine and light cloud.

3 days of no wind.


That is as it should be in September.

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