Six on Saturday - October 24, 2020
The Frosts arrived Thursday night. I'd also turned on the living room heater on Thursday. Friday morning I turned on the car heater instead of the air conditioner or vent for the first time too. So long summer and lovely early autumn. It's all down hill from here! Easier gardening though as I don't plant cool season crops until peas in February, and Wintersowing doesn't start until the end of December.
1 - I'll start off with the frost. Here it is on the ground cover wallflower.
5 - Trying my hand at drying yarrow. It's supposed to make a great dried flower.
6 - Another unwelcome visitor, this time in the shed. I had to bring my saved and new seeds indoors, as a "something" I suspect is a rat was eating them! It got a lot of the large Russian sunflower seeds before I noticed. I like rats (they make wonderful, intelligent, clean, sociable pets), so will not set traps. It's welcome to whatever tomatoes are left, it's been helping itself to those recently too.