Well it's the last day of September, and what a quick month that seemed to be.
It's also I think, the last jug full of Sweet peas from the Veggie Patch. I only planted them to attract the bees to pollinate the French and Runner beans which have both fizzled out and done terribly this year. The Sweet Peas however, have done brilliantly well, my best Sweet Pea display ever, bringing colour and a glorious scent to the hillside and the house over and over again. The more you pick the more you get!!
Shopping with Mum last week saw me spending another bit of my Flower Show winnings on more packets of seeds. They were being sold off at 50p a pack at the garden centre, so that's another £3 spent.
Well roll on October, let's see what you have in store for us, is all I have to say now :-)
Mum's blog list has disappeared, and so has yours. Something funny going on.ReplyDelete
It happened once before, it reappeared by the end of the day last time ... fingers crossed. 😉Delete
It's been gone for 3 days here in US. Plus, your "no spend" blog has disappeared. I love that one as much as this one!!Delete
What's Mum's blog list as would love to read that tooDelete
'Mum' is a fellow blogger, she's not my mum!!Delete
Ilona was just pointing out that her blog is having the same problem as mine.
The last pug jug to be precise! Lovely.ReplyDelete
I have never grown sweet peas, but they look very pretty so I might have a go at growing some next year. We didn't have any success with our runner beans either, but our bush beans did amazingly well!ReplyDelete
I had the last of my sweet peas a couple of weeks ago. I have pulled them all up now along with my runner beans and sunflowers. There is always a sense of sadness when they are over and I pull them up (and it looks bare in the veggie patch). But the seasons come and the seasons go and now we find ourselves in the last day of September - already!! Like they say "Tide and Time wait for no man" - or woman. Regards, Louise S, Cheshire.ReplyDelete
With all these seeds you're getting, there'll be plenty for you to do next year.ReplyDelete
Sorry Sue but your blog on living without has gone caput no longer there. Is there a reason as so love reading it as too your regular blog. Still trying to catch up with old ones I think I am in 2012 now LOL!ReplyDelete
All the blogs that are usually listed in my sidebar seem to have vanished for the moment. You can still get to any of them by typing the address into your search bar or by Googling the name. The blogs themselves haven't vanished ... thank goodness 😉Delete
Growing things is so awesome!ReplyDelete
Love the scent - and the colour - of sweet peas and am so envious of that jug they are in.ReplyDelete
I can't believe how quickly September has gone by. Well, the whole year come to that!ReplyDelete
I'm really missing "the other" blog ! I have always accessed it via the main blog, so ( hangs head in shame ) never bookmarked it! Have you got an address I could use ?ReplyDelete
Sue's other blog is: ayearwithoutclothesbooks.blogspot.co.ukDelete