* Please note, from next month the video link and its predecessors will only be available through this blog and not publicly on YouTube
Your woodland path looks lo pretty with the golden leaves on the ground.
Yes, there are rather a lot, most from next door’s beech tree!
Busy, busy! Your garden and your greenhouse look so healthy!
Yes, even in winter there are a lot of things to look after in the greenhouse, Beth
The autumn leaf colour has been lovely this year Cathy, you must produce a huge amount of leaf mould. Are you now going to be posting your videos direct to your blog?
Leaf fall was relatively late, but then quite sudden, I think. I collect 12 bags for leaf mould, then the rest go in the green bin. I plan to upload the videos as ‘unlisted’ although perhaps if I upload them as ‘private’ people can still view them on the blog? Will need to check that out, but I decided they did not need to be as public as they were.
Depending on your plan with WordPress you can load videos direct to your blog. That is how I now add videos.
I am pretty sure you can’t with mine…
How wonderful to relive my visit to your garden – such a joy! Thank you.
I feel very lucky to have walked around it with you.
It was a real joy to be sharing the garden with you, although we had a nice leisurely tour whereas I fairly rushed through my video tour, partly because it was starting to rain and partly because it was my second attempt as the first one hadn’t recorded properly!
Thanks for the garden tour Cathy. How long does it take for your leaves to break down in those plastic sacks? I have never tried it…..
I usually leave them 2 years Cathy. Should perhaps look into something more environmentally friendly than plastic bags though…
Cathy – I always adore the structures and colours you’ve created in your garden. Lovely to have the video tour!
Thanks Cathy – I was conscious that I fairly whizzed around the garden as there wasn’t there wasn’t anything very different to see this month!
There’s always something to see in a good garden like yours!
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