Finally today I get the chance to plant out all the over wintering annuals, Wallflowers and Bellis being the two main plants, with a few foxgloves and evening primroses, hopefully the weather will hold out so I can get them all in.
As you can see some Wallflowers are already in and hopefully it's not to late for them to spread roots before the winter finally kicks in. Realistically they should be fine as they have already been hardened off, they just need to be planted.
Even the garden bench has trays of plants on it, shows how far behind I really am. On the bench there are Hollyhocks, Wallflowers and orange Evening Primrose, hopefully they will be in the garden by the end of next week
All he dead foliage on this picture shows that, I am so far behind. Hopefully now should be catching up.... As you can see in the picture there is a lot that needs to be done behind the Sedum, a lot of dead foliage and also just general cutting back.
Gazania"s still flowering and today will be dug up split and prepared for winter to come back outside in the late spring, the path is also in need of a clean
My name is Jonathan and I enjoy working in my garden in my spare time. I am no professional, just an amateur. My second love is photography, shooting the flowers in my garden and of course sharing them with people who share my passions.