Saturday, 11 November 2017

A Dreary Day

It has warmed up a bit today, but it is damp, misty, and generally dreary. As my Dad used to say, 'It's a damp fine day'. Despite the freezing nights we've had. and the fact that the high yesterday was barely above freezing, some things in the garden are still struggling. I've posted pictures of the kale before, but to my amazement, it is still attempting to put out new leaves and is still edible as the Other Half proved yesterday.

What's more amazing to me is that we have volunteer onions springing up! In the midst of dead leaves, life struggles on!


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