Wordless Wednesday, End of Month View: Something Afoot…

View from kitchen windows

Streamside and shrub borders, with autumnal witch hazel and cornus foliage

Same area from the other end

Woodland

Main borders from the bothy…and what are those bricks doing?

Same area from ground level

Clematis colonnade…and there is definitely something afoot here…

Woodland edge border from opposite end

Bold border #1

Bold border #2

Bold border #2

Bold border #3, with Salvia ‘Neon’

Cutting beds, partially cleared

More cutting beds, partially cleared

Blue & white border

Rose garden, rose leaves stripped

Looking back towards the house, snowdrop border on right

Shady border

To see how the different areas of the garden fit together, click on ‘Map of the Garden Version 3’ under ‘The Garden’ tab above. My thanks go to Helen the Patient Gardener for hosting this monthly meme.

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27 Responses to Wordless Wednesday, End of Month View: Something Afoot…

  1. bcparkison says:

    Spring will bring back the neat and tidy .

  2. Chloris says:

    You and your bricks, you can’t resist them can you? Lovely long views of your autumn garden.

    • Cathy says:

      Indeed – and the bricks were recycled from a neighbour so have been taking up space and I am glad to have created a project to use (some of) them. The planned new roses may have something to do with it…

  3. It’s looking lovely and rambly, Cathy. Intrigued by the mysterious brick-building…

    • Cathy says:

      Haha – yes, very rambly just now – and with the Golfer re-roofing the shed there are stacks of tiles and things around too, not to mention two large ‘shrubs’ I have decided to cut down which are waiting to be cut up, none of which is obvious from the photos but have entailed diversions in my rambles! I do enjoy my brick-laying, and having acquired a stack of bricks from a neighbour the project suggested itself as …. no, it will all become clear later!

  4. karen says:

    Intriguing piles of bricks there. Looking forward to seeing what you do with them. Lovely as always to have a ramble through your garden at the end of every month. It’s looking much more organised than my garden at the moment.

  5. I just LOVE the fact you have leaves lying all around, giving the place a casual wild feeling. Hope you don’t sweep them up too soon. Lovely pictures.

    • Cathy says:

      A casual wild look?! Yes, I suppose it is – and I certainly haven’t given sweeping up leaves even a thought as there is too much else I am trying to do at the moment 😉 Rather more leaves to deal with than in your own garden, I think, although with us having cut 2 trees down already there should be fewer here this year…

  6. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    I love your brick projects. Can’t wait to see what is going to happen. Your garden look pretty good for this time of the year. Very neat of you.

  7. Christina says:

    Busy again Cathy! I’m struggling to just get on top of the tidying up – too many visitors here to enjoy the lovely autumn weather we’ve been having. All gone until next week but we’re having a week of almost continual rain, yesterday was an exception so a good day outside.

  8. tonytomeo says:

    Is witch hazel native there? I planted mine because it is not native here. It was not easy to find the straight species.

  9. Cathy I have not been absent because I was admitted to the Hospital. Good thing we were already in Madrid when they had to join me. Now I am at home recovering and today is the first day that I take the laptop. Your garden is full of beauty in every corner, it is wonderful. I love the view from the kitchen window and the dark corner and everything. It is precious. Have a good weekend. Greetings from Margarita.

    • Cathy says:

      Oh I am so sorry to hear you have been back in hospital Margarita and trust your recovery is going well. Thanks as always for your kind comments about the garden

  10. I am always amazed to see the size of your garden and all your different areas. And every time I fall in love with that beautiful blue/gray paint you’ve used.

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