A walk around the garden in November
Just a quick walk around the garden showing pictures taken during the month of November. At the start of month there was still a bit of colour from the hydrangeas and autumn leaves.
Then all the magnolia leaves fell covering part of the lawn.
The leaves were gathered to put in bags to rot down and will be used in the garden as leaf mould when they evenually break down.
As we were clearing the leaves Twinkle decided we needed some supervision and found that the adandoned pigeon's nest in the tree was the best place to sit to observe.(She wouldn't have ventured up there if they had been around!) It looked very strange a cat sitting in a birds nest!
Some plants are still hanging around pretending it is summer- the geranuims we have had in the pots since May are still flowering so well that I haven't changed over to a winters display.
A penstomen still gives us a bit of colour.
The garden is now moving into it's winter phase as the plants die back everything looks rather sad and forlorn. At this time of year I spend more time inside and over the next month there is so much to do with Christmas just around the corner! How is your garden looking at the moment?
Following a tree update.......
The willow tree that I have been following all year that is a short wallk away from home, is now almost bare of leaves and has not suffered with the heavy rainfall we have had this week.
If would like to find more about tree following please visit Lucy at Loose and leafy
Wishing you all a good weekend ahead.