Tag Archives: September flowers

September GBBD. Winding down.

The weather this month hasn’t been the usual weather for September here. Usually, as soon as the children all go back to school after the summer break, the weather improves and September is usually a beautiful month. This time however, … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Thank you to the Ants.

I really must learn to be more patient. When I saw the first Cyclamen hederifolium popping up in the woodland a month ago, they were immediately photographed and a post written about them. If only I had waited, there are … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | 24 Comments

What a difference a month makes. GBBD September.

Looking back at last months offering for GBBD, I can’t help but notice the difference between the garden now and a month ago. Now there are leaves falling everywhere, making the garden look very autumnal, they are mainly horse chestnut … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , | 24 Comments

What’s looking good today. Friday 2nd October 2015.

When looking round the garden today for something that is looking good, the Rudbeckia jumped out at me. It has been flowering for over a month now and is still putting out new buds, so should be flowering for some … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | 18 Comments

Autumn is knocking on the door. GBBD for September.

Getting back from a few days in Scotland, I was very concious of the fact that my garden here was starting to shut down whereas the only garden we saw up there was in full colourful bloom, I’ll be showing … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , | 28 Comments

Super Summer in September

With summer only really arriving in September this year, flowers seem to have gone into overdrive, almost as if they want to make up for lost time. If we start with the Clematis Alba Luxuriens on the pergola, this is … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 24 Comments