Summing up September – something different

Garden life in photographs – chickens, squirrels, wasps, a rogue rat, flowers, harvest, preserves, frogs, kindling, children, dogs and foxes – it’s been busy in my little haven! Figs, plums, greengages, apples, hazelnuts, melons, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, courgettes, giant mushrooms, tomatoes, potatoes, salad leaves, spring onions, cucumbers, eggs, herbs, and a few late strawberries have graced the dining table. Now it’s the turn of the parsnips and leeks to make their guest appearances.

See you in October!

Published by the back door gardener

Passionate about growing food in any space and about teaching others to do the same. I'm trying to start a backdoor revolution - no allotment needed. I've fed myself from my garden for over 10 years; only needing to buy some emergency parsnips for Christmas several years ago.

8 thoughts on “Summing up September – something different

  1. Ooohmy! So many folk will be amazed at how much you have maneged to produce in your garden, but you must have some “greater” Help!
    But whers is the picture of the rat? ಥ‿ಥ

    1. Ratty doesn’t need encouraging – his face on the website would only give him ideas! My little frog keeps eluding me – I never go into the garden with my phone (whey would anyone do that?), so he isn’t among the photo’s either. 🙂

  2. It is years since I have seen a peacock butterfly, I thought they had all gone with the Dodo. The photos were fabulous and greatly appreciated but the best one has to be the last one allied with your comment. XXX

      1. Oh wow, how much I miss you and your silly humour – not that it’s silly just that it is fabulously silly humour! XXX

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