September 2015

SEPTEMBER, and the garden is dry and messily blousy. In the courtyard acer leaves have already started to colour and fall and I wonder again if the little tree is really content.

Conversely, clumps of Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’, growing by a sunny wall are far too happy, and left to their own devices, will soon take over the whole bed. I must dig them up and re-plant somewhere less salubrious to curb their rampant enthusiasm. Waxy yellow crab apples in the first season of the little Malus ‘Golden Hornet’ are a more welcome surprise but I fret about my placement of the tree. I am feeling less and less sure of my gardening skills…and so the juggling continues.

A visit to the Lettering Arts Centre at Snape Maltings to see the work of fifteen female letter carvers is a lovely diversion and I can at least console myself with the fact that any wrong decisions I make about the garden are easier to rectify than if they had been made in stone!

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