October Joy

 

The weather for October is unseasonably mild and sunny. Misty mornings are leaving plants covered in a fine dusting of dew.

All around the garden leaves are turning red and orange.

Nuts and apples are ripening, and even the autumn raspberries which weren’t looking very promising early in the season are coming into their own with the mild sunny weather.

And the last flowers of the summer are hanging on. So there is much to be grateful for.

 

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “October Joy

    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      Thank you – not really cold yet – we’re having a little grass frost in the mornings on this nice clear days, but still about 14 degrees Cecilius during the day

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  1. Jane

    How to be happy in October – just look at these pictures. Borage is spectacular & your picture of the Cosmos flowers is very pleasing as I saw them at a country house and couldn’t remember the name to get the seeds. Hurrah!

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      Thank you very much. Enjoyed reading your post and seeing your lovely photos of Westport (we live about 40 miles from it) and Mayo

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