I have been trying to tame our mini jungle before the fine weather gives way to more wintry conditions and came upon this tiny forest of fungi. Two days after taking this picture they had all disappeared - it was as if they had never been there.
Having evicted several clumps of weeds that pull up easily I was delighted to find these lovely little cyclamen. I thought I had lost them all.
Looking out of the bedroom window this morning I saw that the honeysuckle is still doing it's stuff. The bees will be happy and the birds will love the berries when the flowers have finished.
I took this photo through the dining room window. I love this clematis but it is so untidy and hangs right down from the pergola. It has climbed a good twenty feet into a tree the other side of our wall and I think I must cut it back drastically this year or it will outgrow it's strength.
Our newest climbing rose is having one last splurge and has done us proud this year in spite of being so new.
I can't believe that it is a month since I went on that lovely book making course with Frances Pickering. September has been such a busy month I had to be strong and put my book away and have only just started working on it again. Progress is slow but I will post one or two more pages as they are completed.