Silent Sunday – Viburnum carlesii ‘Compactum’
We’re in the midst of a November heat wave – sunny and mid teen temperatures. Unheard of really. Unfortunately, it was preceded with our first hard frost, last weekend, which was a death knell for most annuals and vegetables. Luckily I had picked my cucumber (it was delicious) and all remaining tomatoes (green or otherwise) […]
Getting cold outside!
Deteriorating mushrooms in the lawn – a healthy sign, it seems.
A garden blogging friend in England, after noting how much time I spend in the garden when weather permits, asked me yesterday what I did in the winter, when the ground here is frozen and covered in snow. I had to think about that for a while. The majority of my ‘free time’ on spring, […]
Time to bring indoors a few plants for the winter.
Winter approaches – the garden winds down…
Gerbera daisies add welcome colour to a patio or balcony all summer and into the fall.