Six on Saturday, 29/10/2022
Another week of sunshine and showers with unusually high temperatures for this time of year. Flowers are getting harder to find to photograph, leaves are everywhere and need raking up, supposed to be good for the waistline! My six are as follows.
Two large bags of gravel arrived mid week for the new area up at the top of the garden, just all needs spreading now!
Acer Osakazuki didn’t quite reach its full potential before the leaves started dropping.
Most of them ended up on the lawn far too soon.
This is how I’m spending my days at the moment. Still so many left to fall, I look at the oaks and there are so many more leaves to come down!
Flowering madly in the conservatory since they were brought in to avoid the frost, except we haven’t had any frost yet!
Rosa Shropshire Lad is still performing, such a wonderful rose.
Jasminum nudiflorum, the winter jasmine, has started flowering by the front door, don’t think it is usually this early normally.
Those are my six for this week, more leaves than flowers! I can see more leaves on the lawn, so must get out and clear them!
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