Everyday- Garden-July.

With September nearly here and the distant sound of rummaging for cardigans at the bottom of the wardrobe starts to become louder, I am looking back to warmer times. My frog pal made an appearance but he hasn't been seen since. I liked his stripes and mouth.

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Daniel guarding the new washing line and making sure everything is safe.

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The tomatoes did well this year but the remains have now turned to mush. I threw them by the fence for the slugs to eat.

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Viscous teasels. The sparrows like them but they don't like skin or people.

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Sweetcorn children.

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The smell of buddleia is wonderful and I have blown my nose a few times to discover bits of them in my tissue. I shove my whole nose in for maximum scent.

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