After the good weather we experienced in July, it went downhill in August. Cool and very wet was the norm. However, it did mean that there was a lot less need to keep the plants watered.
The first ripe tomatoes have a green mark on the bottom. Has anyone an idea of what this might be? (07/08/2014)
A plant from Lin, name unknown (30/08/2014)
We have an abundant crop of large juicy raspberries this year. (30/08/2014)
Japanese anemones and golden rod (30/08/2014)
Our building site, soon (we hope) to be a new pergola where the old cherry tree once stood. (30/08/2014)
I bought the seeds of this white flowering plant back from South Africa. Unfortunately, the seeds stick to our clothing every time we walk past them. (30/08/2014)
The hops have done well this year. (30/08/2014)
A giant marrow that started life as a courgette (30/08/2014)
Too much rain has spoilt the outdoor tomatoes, which have split.
Pineapple flower, eucomis (30/08/2014)
The hips of the glauca rose (30/08/2014)
A corner of our garden (30/08/2014)
Kate Price – Beloved