The first frosts have come, and with them the end of many of the plants that were still in the garden. Tomato and pepper plants, ground cherries and basil. And so today, lucky to have a day overcast but mild, I spent a little time in the garden – feeding the compost. I pulled up dead plants, cleaned up weeds and raked leaves…all the while thinking about what had worked in the garden this year, and what I would change for next year. The front garden still requires the same, but that will have to wait for another day.
Such fun we had in the garden this year, and I think that by next spring my little Maus will be even more keen to help with the digging and building, sowing and planting.
But for now, onto other endeavours…ones involving plenty of wool.
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