A little stroll in the garden at the beginning of the month reveals a few plants in bloom.
This Nemesia has been in flower for a very long time, since it was planted at the beginning of September, in fact.
Because this Autumn the weather has been unusually warm, my Ophiopogon thinks it’s Spring again and celebrates with a small show of its tiny bell-shaped flowers.
Sarcococa is all set up for Xmas with its black balls and flower-buds ready to perfume the garden.
The first flower of Helleborus orientalis is out, providing slugs and snails with a welcome lunch.