Through the Garden Gate November 2019
Another month has flown by and unfortunately, I haven't spent much of it in the garden. Looking out of the window it doesn't look that inviting until you get up close!
Our variegated holly bush has grown so much over the years and it proves a welcome colourful highlight. It is also not so prickly as the common variety,
The bird feeders have been busy, it is so lovely to watch the birds while eating breakfast, the majority of our visitors are blue tits, the robin seems to be outnumbered and isn't ruling the roost!
Is it just me or are some leaves hanging on for longer this year? (the picture below isn't from my garden but I had to capture it on while trying to find an unflooded path for a dog walk last weekend!)
The hazel leaves are just turning colour and the sedum is going over.
Primroses are back in flower although seem to have been eaten, a few roses are still making an appearance. We have had such a wet and windy November.
Sorry I'm late this month - I got distracted by the amount of mini plastic items I picked off the beach yesterday in just 20 minutes! This time I brought them home to use to demonstrate what is turning on the beach after stormy seas.
It is always wonderful to see other gardens and watch their development during the year. If you want to join in with Through the garden gate each month please let me know in the comments below and I will add your site, it is always fantastic to see a range of gardens from all around the world, and share our love of gardening.