We’ve been waking up to chilly temps the past few days, plus three or four Celsius (37 – 40 Fahrenheit?) with highs in the upper teens only, but the sunshine has been glorious and frost warnings have stayed north of us. With rain and seasonal temperatures expected starting tomorrow fall is starting out pretty nicely! I need to get a last longish run in this morning ahead of next weekend’s County Half Marathon, plus the Ameliasburgh Fair starts in a few hours, so this is a quickie Six, featuring what may be the last new arrivals to the garden this year plus a sad good-bye in the kitchen garden. Be sure to visit The Propagator to see Six things happening in gardens all over the world.
Finally, in my garden, it wouldn’t be autumn with autumn Crocus. Colchicum flowers appear like magic mid to late September. I’ve planted them in many spots throughout the gardens and it’s a joy to re-discover them every year. Have a great weekend everyone!