|First of the Hellebores.|
OK, I'll stop moaning now.
|Kiwi, now pruned and planted in the soil.|
The end bed has been planted with broad bean seeds, the theory is that these will be in flower the same time as the peach tree, thus encouraging any pollinating insects that might be around in March, saving us the job of hand pollinating the peach tree. This bed is the one destined for the Tomatoes, so by the time we have harvested the early beans it will be time to plant the tomatoes.
The last of the summer crops have now been harvested,
|Possibly the last of the tomatoes and beans.|
|Just right for a warming winter stew.|
About half of the new bulbs have now been planted, a lot of what remains are dwarf variety's for the rockery. The rockery has become very overgrown and has lots of weeds, I have rather neglected it this summer and let it do it's own thing, probally not a good idea, it just makes more work in the end.
|Early or late? it's certainly out of season.|
|And chives should not be in flower in November.|
|Winter Jasmine, at least this is the right time.|
|This little rose has been flowering for six months.|
|And still the Albertine flowers.|
|Hypericum, this should be well over.|
|2700 + stiches later/|