An early morning photo today, with the mist in the background and pale filtered sunlight just breaking through low cloud…
THE rose is still flowering, and the garden still looks very colourful.
I thought I had better take my picture early as the storm that passed over the UK a couple of days ago was on the way to us. It took all day to get here though and as I write now the wind is howling and it is pouring with rain, thundering and lightning too… I’m glad I managed to tidy away a few more pots and cut down some soggy foliage earlier.
I’m also glad I got a few photos of the silvery dwarf Miscanthus in the sunshine…
The pink asters have gone over now, but this snail doesn’t seem to mind
I noticed that the sedum also has a new admirer – the Cymbalaria , which has spread like mad this year, has fallen in love!
A final picture today of one of my tomato plants. Yes! In mid-September I distributed some of my compost over part of the rockery and two self-seeded tomato plants appeared shortly after. They look so incredibly healthy. I don’t think I’ll see any tomatoes though!
Have a good week – with calm weather!