The year is really racing away now (and the garden with it). We bid the delicate blossom farewell, and have welcomed the more hardy plants following in their wake: the fragile flowers of Romneya coulteri above, belie the plant's drought tolerant nature. As the temperatures begin to soar, we find ourselves almost at the end of a long stream of events at Glenmore for another year (which means I have 2015 on my mind....).
But I'm not quite done yet! This weekend I'll be hauling my wares to the HARPER'S MANSION GARDEN & PLANT FAIR at BERRIMA on SUNDAY 16 NOVEMBER. Run by the National Trust, it's the first of its kind and promises to be a delightful day. So if you feel like a little jaunt, please come & see me and the other terrific stall holders between 10am & 4pm. And who amongst you can resist a little trip to Berrima on a glorious spring day?
There's also one lucky-last spot at COOKING THE GLENMORE CHRISTMAS LUNCH on FRIDAY 5 DECEMBER. We have a delightful group of girls attending (only two know each other so don't worry if you'd like to come on your own, you'll be in good company). You can find more details and the booking form here.
And for those who keep asking....yes, there will be more Chamber Music Concerts at Glenmore next year! It was too divine to not do it all over again. For a little hint of last weekend, you can visit my blog post here.
Very best wishes
ps I'm also thinking on what to take to Sibella's Christmas Flea Market at The Society Inc on Saturday 6 December at the new premises in St. Peters....I'll fill you in on the details closer to the time....