The weather this autumn has been beautiful, in fact its hardly rained and even though my roses have arrived and are waiting to be planted, I’ve had to leave them in their pots for another week as the ground is to hard to dig. At this time of year the sunsets are stunning. We have to enjoy it whilst we can as the evenings are drawing in and soon the clocks will be going forwards. Then it will be dark mornings and short days. Time to snuggle up by the fire and hibernate.
Link to Main Site
What’s happening in the garden
Nature Watch Baltimore
Tag CloudBaltimore beach Beacon bread recipes cakes Chicken recipes chickens Christmas coastal walks compote cottages dolphins ducks elderflower champagne fish recipes floods garden greenhouse ireland Knockomagh Lough Hyne New Year's Resolutions october orchard pancakes parsnips pigs quince rhubarb recipes seeds Sherkin Island snow soda bread st. bridget's day sunsets swallows tomato recipes trees vegetable garden West Cork West Cork Artisan Food Producers whales wild flowers wild garden william robinson