Not much new in the garden, so I will just get on with showing a slightly repetitive, but still pretty, Six-on-Saturday.
There is only one, flowering, self-seeded, Apple of Peru plant this year. Others have appeared recently but I don’t think they will flower before the frosts gets to them.
It’s that time of year when the hydrangea has a mixture of summer and autumn colours.
This is a small, but very colourful, persicaria that my sister gave me. I wouldn’t say the dandelion leaves add anything worthwhile to the picture, but if I stopped to pull up all the weeds before I took each photo, it would be Monday before I published my Six-on-Saturday. 🤔🙄😁
Still in the front garden, the Nerine is nearly out. It’s such a vibrant splash of summer-type colour in autumn.
Quite a good harvest yesterday. A few of the beans were a bit too tough to use, but there were enough for a good taste for both of us. We still have tomatoes galore, late, but masses of them now.
This week’s rose and quite a few buds to come.
Well, if it stops raining, I’ll get the wellies on and do a bit of weeding. Have a good weekend in your garden. 👩🌾🍅🌺🌹🦋🐈⬛