Garden Frost

It got cold. I know it’s not heavy, wintery frost but I wasn’t expecting any at all. October isn’t usually icy. The change to the garden jogged my memory, I was reminded that I used to write garden blog posts. Over the last few months I have taken a few pictures but not really thought about putting them together with words.  Let’s try that today…

I like it when steam rises off the fences.

My veg patch was littered with rogue snap dragons, violas and other pretty, uninvited guests this year. I left them all.

It is properly autumn now.

Frosty

What’s this daft rose doing out now?

leafless fig.

Leaf abundant fig.

Wasp and hornet.

Fig chutney

I don’t know when this was. August?

Another rogue. I have not identified this pale orange gourd. Classic pumpkin or mutant butternut?

Whatever it is, it got turned it into a very large pan of soup

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