My last post was IaVoM last week!! Last week was hectic but culminated in a wonderful few days on the Amalfi coast. The weather was perfect for our trip and when we returned on Tuesday evening it was to find that the temperatures had dropped significantly; Wednesday the high only reached the low 20’s°C that’s 10° C at least lower than it has been. Today is warm again but I can see that the plants know that cooler weather is coming soon and there was visibly more growth on herbs like basil. I’ll try to write a post soon about which plants have come through this summer and what I’ve learned about how they survive.
But for today here are two of the vases I created yesterday with flowers that were desperate to be picked.
If you haven’t checked out Cathy at (Rambling in the garden)’s In a vase on Monday post do visit to see what she has created (it certainly made me think of autumn) and some spring flowers from fellow bloggers in the Southern Hemisphere.
The images for the Tuesday view were taken yesterday, Wednesday. Thanks Cathy at Words and Herbs for hosting and encouraging us to study one view every week to note its changes.
A little more colour from the pick flowers of the Sedums – I need more of these as they are the only flowering plant thriving in the heat.
I’m working my way through the posts I’ve missed; my apologies for not always commenting in the last couple of weeks; hopefully things will be back to normal next week.
Have a lovely weekend.