It may be most definitely Autumn now but there is still so much to behold in the garden if we can but find it, in between the showers!
Don't let Autumn be a dull time your garden as there are lots of perennial plants which can extend the season of colour and interest right through September and October.
White Hydrangeas make a real statement in the garden as they add height and show stopping big, blousy blooms which last through to Autumn.
I was back at the fabulous Glasgow Botanic Gardens this week for the launch of the RHS's Green Plan It challenge for schools to design a garden.
For this week's Six on Saturday, I found an abundance of pink blooms dotted around the borders. It did surprise me that there was so much pink in the garden at this time year as I planned the flowering to slide from purple into red and yet, here we are with a plethora of pink!
If there is one flower in my garden that I get more compliments on than any other, it would be my absolutely lovely Lupins!
This week's Six on Saturday comes not from my garden but from a visit to Glasgow Botanic Garden which is a treat at any time of year!
An absolutely gorgeous blast of sunshine has just made all those reluctant, late Summer blooms peep out from their damp corners and burst into a flurry of colour! And when the sun hits those floriferous blooms, everything just looks like it has been painted anew.