Sue Adams offers this advice on gardening in September and October to help keep our gardens looking good now and in the future.
At this time of year I start planning for the year to come and (I hope) reaping the benefits of the current year.
Sue Adams has lived in SW France for 15 years and is developing a small field into a garden with orchard, vegetable and soft fruit garden, flower beds, dry garden and a wildlife haven. It’s still a work in progress. You can read more from Sue at www.jardinpaysan.com and other gardening articles online on our website