It's almost over! How did it pass so quickly?
If you aren't really into bright orange 'Halloween' pumpkins there
now seem to be so many other colors to choose from.
I really love these yellow ones. . . . . . .
Soon the fig tree will drop all its leaves. . . . . .so far just a few
golden ones have fallen. . . . . . .
OK I admit I did bring home a couple of small orange pumpkins, for the
front porch. . . . . . . and to welcome the arrival of October later this week!
Note the Swedish Ivy. This was the second summer on the porch.
it has grown so much whilst hanging outside, and now it's starting to
bloom with those pretty white 'candle flowers.'
Later, before the first frost, I will have to find a place to over-winter
it again - no space in the house.
If you grow these, any tips are appreciated.
Can I cut it way back to make it more manageable during the winter?
Would it survive in an unheated space such as the potting shed?
Should I ask my neighbor with the glass enclosed sunroom to
adopt it for the winter months again?