117. How Does Your Garden Grow?
This past week I have seen acorns, horse chestnuts and red berries and it's making me increasingly aware that Autumn is swiftly approaching. It's ok to mention 'Autumn' now isn't ? So long as I don't say 'Christmas' we are cool yes?
The Summer holidays are speeding by at a rate of knots and as cliched as it sounds 'I don't know where the time has gone'.
Photos this week were taken at Hillier Gardens, Romsey this week and represent me clinging at the colours of Summer, so sit back and hold on to your eyeballs (not literally obvs) and say 'Hello Colour!'
Huge apologies about the lateness of my post this week. It's been a mad week here and I was planning to sit down yesterday evening and enjoy putting this post together but mid-post a power cut struck and didn't return back until the wee hours. That serves me right for not being more organised!
Thanks to all who joined in last week, some faves include: The Lost Gardens of Heligan, August in a Normandy garden, garden life in West Virginia, a trip to a wildflower farm, Dig the City in Manchester and a touch of flower faffing.
Next week the post will go live on the Thursday evening once we return from Somerset, hopefully armed with some garden goodness to share!