Here it is December already and November went by very fast.
At least it seemed it flew by to me.
To sum the November up it was a wet month giving us the fourth wettest November in history, but the temperatures were mild. Snow flurries on the last day brought in December with normally colder temperatures.
November was a busy month in the garden with several clean ups to get the beds cleaned up before winter.
With highs in the sixties on two days after Thanksgiving I was found enjoying November’s last fling by working outside and soaking up the sunshine before it all disappeared with heavy rains.
The last of the plants were cut off and rose bushes that had been left to bloom because I did not have the heart to cut off the blooms were trimmed back. And the mounds of leaves that continued to blow into the flower beds were given a final rake
and mulched up.
November brought on a planting and moving frenzy for this gardener. Moving plants to better locations where they may grow better and for planting many spring bulbs.
And the window boxes were filled with pine, faux Poinsettias and Pinecones. Even if the Pansies are peeking out amongst the decorations in colors of white and purple. LOL!
Well they be back next spring?