I have been digging, clearing and dividing in Suffolk and need a moment to enjoy the colours in the garden. I hope all the bare patches will soon become green and colourful!
I have a problem – my clematis ‘Prince Charles’ is putting out new growth with clear determination! It is only early December and not at all what I expected so I consulted the RHS. It is a young plant, put in earlier this year and the RHS advises me to ‘…Prune in late winter or early spring…
The garden in Suffolk is not going to sleep – we need cold weather! One of the clematis, ”Prince Charles’, is sending out new growth, the Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ are starting to grow, and the primroses are flowering – what should I do? Even ‘William Shakespeare’ is still flowering.
Today I packed away the garden tools and zipped up the mini greenhouse – no more gardening until March 2016!
I can’t believe that it is early October and the garden still looks good. I started clearing up in the back garden, cutting down the Japanese Anemones before the seedpods could burst – they are multiplying quite fast enough without seeding as well! I need to thin the clumps but I think I will wait til…
The garden in Suffolk is changing again, with sedums and echinacea looking wonderful.
A long day, heavy traffic, and finally beautiful sights at the end of the day.