Another perfect day in the garden. I love the quality of light at this time of year. Look at the shadows in the meadow.
The air is scented with the fragrance of the Tea Olive ( Osmanthus fragrans) and the perfume of Elaeagnus. Both huge fragrances from the tiniest of flowers.
More projects made their way onto the’ To Do’ list… below a project
abandoned in spring, waiting to be completed.
(The Putti, above, has been with me my entire gardening life.)
There is a brick pattern I would like to replicate for this area which is an entrance to the cutting garden. All these projects must fit into the maintenance schedule. That sounds like I am organised…I am not. My gardening is usually emergency management, although I do go out with a plan.
Look at this cluster of berries!! No wonder the birds are building nests in all the shrubs.
Good food source, although it will take several frosts before these berries are palatable for our feathered friends.
AND, Clematis texensis ‘Catherine Clanwilliam’ gets the Energizer Bunny Award. She is still blooming.
What are those berries? Edible? So pretty!
Stefan, the berries are Viburnum dilatatum. I don’t believe for human consumption but the birds love them.
They are really fabulous!
Well, good on ya, energizer clematis! Your projects look promising.
Your Viburnum dilatatum look gorgeous!
I can’t grow Elaeagnus or Osmanthus… your description makes me want to experience the scents. Lovely clematis,too.
All those emergency maintenance tasks? I tell myself my garden is “shabby chic” LOL!