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Autumn discoveries

Autumn discoveries

Some plants just seem to work harder than others.  My Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Goshiki’ is full of flowers and these tiny flowers emit a heady perfume. I wish it could be near a door but it sits in the shade of the wall to the back of the front garden, its glossy leaves providing a year long … Continue reading

End of September in the garden

End of September in the garden

It has rained at last.  It has been such a dry year that it is time to rethink strategies.  The potager gets watered within reason but during a prolonged dry spell it is like watering a patch on top of a sponge.  I sowed dill twice and each time it came up and flowered almost … Continue reading