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It’s fungi time with Fly Agaric ’n’ Liberty Cap
The time has come to take inside any tender plants you treasure to ensure they are not caught by an early frost.
The tree that colours most attractively in my garden is the Amelanchier canadensis, an extraordinarily pretty little tree which earns its keep with flowers and berries in my tiny back garden.
Over the next two months most of us will have lots of garden waste to get rid of and the best place for most of it is in the compost heap.
I have been ever so lucky this week to see flashes of blue.
Last Monday saw the vernal equinox and from now until the spring our nights will be longer than the days.
These are the blooming marvellous people who helped make the borough blossom in one of the gloomiest summers on record.
When it comes to thrift in these testing times, there are few who understand better how to be parsimonious than gardeners.
This week I have been lifting the last of my potatoes ready to store.
This is the time of year for the big tidy up to prepare the garden for winter.