Nothing much has changed in my garden this week, the Hosta is looking very sorry for itself, the Asters have finished flowering and all the Cosmos have been removed and binned. Some bulbs have been planted, but most of them are from last year so I don’t know if anything will come of them. I am still waiting for some tulips to arrive to plant up the zinc container. Storm Barbara arrived on Wednesday, but it was just wet here, no major winds for a change. Electric work has been completed and we have fully working lights and a cooker hob again!
Here you can find wonderful sub-tropical plants and loads of colour pretty much all year round. Featuring here are Sedum (Hylotelephium), Tibouchina urvilleana (Princess Flower or Purple Glory Bush), Antirrhinum (Snapdragons), Gingers and the lovely Myrtle blossom. And a bench from which to admire them, backed by Banana trees.
As always, if you want a peek over other people’s garden walls then please pop over to our host, the lovely Jon, AKA ‘The Propagator’ where you find links to many more wonderful garden enthusiasts from all over the world.
See here for the participant’s guide.
And given that all these images are square I am linking it as “The Floral Kind” to Becky. KindaSquare is the theme this month as Becky is hoping we might, in the final squares of 2020, encourage and promote kindness. A year I don’t think any of us will forget in a hurry. If you would like to join in then visit the link.