It's always hard to say goodbye for another season!
Walked around the garden yesterday and took some pictures to help me remember what plants are
where. Great tips from my blogging friend Heather @ New House New Home on how to
prepare your gardens for the winter.
The weatherman is predicting snow overnight and into tomorrow!
I have one lonely beautiful rose still blooming in the garden that I'm going to cut and bring in so
when the snow falls I can look at this beauty and remember summer.
My rockery is still going strong with ground cover and the hostas are now changing colours.
We spent Wednesday putting away our patio furniture and all my small garden artifacts into the
I dug up 2 Amaryllis bulbs that I planted in the garden hoping that they would bloom.
I'm drying out one of the bulbs and the other I panted into a pot and placed it in the sunroom.
Keeping my fingers crossed !!!!
Hopefully it blooms in time for Christmas!
My vegetable garden still holds ornamental corn and
this one beautiful Cosmo!
As you can see in the above picture all my sunflower heads have been cut off.
I decided to dry them and then take the seeds next spring and plant them in our front ditch!
I have placed them now that they are dry into a paper bag and labelled them.
Ready for a new season!!!
Watching over me the whole time
Thanks for following along,
Thankfully the snow won't last...........
Warmer temperatures predicted for next week!
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