Is there a new trend in weather and planting?

Of course we don’t know the answer to this yet.

We can look back at last year and think what we can plant this year.

Indeed this is what horticultural specialist are doing.

In my notebook June  and July were very wet. The roses looked beautiful.

Holyhocks were also at their best.

In late Summer the weather was sunny .

Plants thrived .

I visited three gardens in the first week in September throughout the Midlands. All

looked stunning.

The Summer and Autumn led to massive plant growth.

The mild Autumn and Winter has meant that hellebores are flowering now.

Cyclamens also add colour.

Instead of becoming anxious about changes in the weather it may be better to make a note of the

weather throughout the year and what plants do best.

Get those notebooks out!



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