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!
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!
This is certainly the time of year for bargain hunting for plants in garden centres and I've been lucky this week!
The combination of heat and lots of rain has made the growth prolific and the whole garden is verging out of control! That said, there are always things to delight in the garden when you get out and look!
We've had monsoon like rain, which then coupled with a few warm, sunny days, has made the garden growth prolific! Everything is looking lush, green and healthy and we certainly won't be needing the watering cans for a while! Here are my pick this week for #SixonSaturday!
At this time of year everything is just about to burst forth into the glorious splendour of Summer so I thought it worth choosing a six this week from the flowers in the garden which are coming to their finales!
Wind, rain, wind, rain, flashes of sunshine, then more wind and rain in the garden this week! We have been battered by #StormGareth and his friends this week and yet, the garden still manages to amaze in its ability to be undefeated!
With the glorious Spring sunshine around this week, it felt positively tropical in Glasgow! Did you manage to get out into your garden?
With the positively Spring-like weather we've been having recently in Glasgow, signs of hope are starting to abound everywhere! So that's the theme for this week's #SixonSaturday: signs of Spring!