And not a single red leaf in sight.
I have spent this season transitioning to a new allotment site (details to follow). I have been digging a bit and then waiting to see what sprouted; predictably it’s been mostly weeds. So, to see these pop up and flower their herbaceous socks off has been a welcome reward for my efforts. I admit I was getting a lonely, surrounded by a sea of brown clods and patches of bindweed and nettles.
It’s always interesting to see what appears on a new site. I look forward to reading about your new plot. xx
Thank you. I’m working out the best way to tell the new plot story, it could be themes rather than a chronological time-line. Watch this space 🙂
Wow that rose really is a survivor! I love the colour of the Californian poppies.
I know it seems to be a tough as old boots! It not’s in the right spot, so let’s hope it will survive being transplanted.
I’m enjoying watching the unknown clumps of green show themselves to me. Today I noticed some evening primrose – the previous tenant was more about flowers than veggies.