It's almost half of October and I'm still halfway gardening our plot.
Now, in autumn I can only go there at weekends, and the visit of course depends on the weather.
Last weekend kids stayed home so I went to the plot alone.
Unfortunately, it was drizzling all day so I didn't do all that I had planned before.
I uprooted the annuals that were left. I had hoped before to save a lot of seeds, but I didn't save as much as I wanted - all because of rain, seed-pots were rotting instead of drying.
I planted some new and replanted some of my old perennials and I still have several shrubs to plant.
I dug up all gladioli bulbs and several dahlia tubers - I still have about several dozen dahlias to dig up, but I'm waiting for the first frost to come.
I picked some sunflowers and made the last bouquets with late marigolds.
The orange ones are fantastic - and they're called Fantastic :)
I think it's the last bunch of dahlias.
I'm going to miss these fancy dahlia bouquets I was making all summer.
If there weren't any asters planted in the garden, it would be sad and gloomy right now.
I bought more shades of pink, purple and blue.
Asters from our garden