30. How Does Your Garden grow? (19)

how does your garden grow
how does your garden grow
Hydrangea
Hydrangea
dew covered sweetpea
dew covered sweetpea
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dew covered tomato
dew covered tomato
green tomatoes
green tomatoes
black and white tomatoes
black and white tomatoes
pretties
pretties
pretties
pretties
planter
planter
lettuce growing
lettuce growing
black and white photo of flowers
black and white photo of flowers
pink hydrangea
pink hydrangea
black and white hydrangea
black and white hydrangea

I love my neighbour, Alex. She's used to my odd ways and luckily doesn't bat an eyelid when I text her early in the morning to ask if it's ok to creep into her garden and photograph some plants. So today, from next-door, some photos of what's growing in Alex's garden, hopefully capturing what the garden and indeed the weather has been doing... This post is coming to you from a cold-riddled Saurus, I'm feeling a bit under the weather at the moment so apologies in advance if my pizazz factor this morning is a bit dampened. Walking round my neighbours garden, looking at the raindrops on the tomatoes and petals put a big smile on my face. Autumn may be on the way, the clouds may be grey but there's still a lot of beauty outside waiting for us. Soon enough it'll be crunchy leaves galore, but in the meantime I'm clinging to any colour I can find like a limpet!

Apologies for the mass of photos, I got a bit carried away, I've been falling back in love with a bit of black and white of late so had to sneak a couple of those ones in there too for good measure.

Favourites from last week include: Last sunbeams at the allotments, bamboo shadows, drying onions and mushrooms.

Finally apologies for the tardiness of publishing this post this week and have a super week ahead!