Through the Garden Gate - November 2022
The garden is covered in faded glory this month! Due to lots of wet and windy weather we haven't spent much time in the garden. November is meant to be one of the wettest months here!
We moved the viburnum tinus, which is in a pot closer to the kitchen window, it is a cheerful sight while doing the washing up!
The honeysuckle in the hedge is full of flowers, there are still some roses in bloom and the azalea has attempted to flower again, although it was slightly hit by one night of frost!
The curly kale in the greenhouse is growing well and we have even had the first daffodil flower. This was from one of the bulbs we bought back from the Isles of Sicily last year it is obviously an early bloomer! I keep coming across reduced bulbs in the shops that I can't resist I just need to get out and plant them!
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Wishing you all the best for December!