mandy munroe

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End of Summer

It’s time to clear the garden and put away the pots ready for winter. I took my camera around to try and catch the last of summer to share with you. The sun is still quite warm but the dew is heavy early on.


I was surprised there’s still quite a lot of colour.


My sons chillies are ready to harvest and dry.


That bamboo needs taming! My little grouping of black bottles and white cyclamen are hiding away, I must try and expand that next year. There’s some blue geraniums still out on the left too.


The white hydrangea and black eyed susans are still hanging on and there’s LOTS of leaves to clear.


Still time for a few more cups of tea in my shed before I close that down though πŸ™‚

And there’s still time to enter the Giveaway before close on Friday.


6 comments on “End of Summer

  1. claire93
    November 4, 2015

    your garden still looks very pretty even in the autumn.

  2. ukcitycrafter
    November 4, 2015

    Your garden still looks lovely with all the cyclamen.

    • mandymunroe
      November 6, 2015

      Thank you Chris. There are more of them every year and they’re now in the lawn too!

  3. I.J. Bull
    November 7, 2015

    What an imaginative garden! You’re bound to have a hibernating hedgehog somewhere.

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