🍂Autumn Colours, Vegetables And Pot Plants. My #SixOnSaturday #Gardening Post.

Although the evenings and mornings are drawing in we have still got a mix of sun and warmth while a sprinkle of welcome rain arrived on Friday. I have rummaged round in my plot and found enough items for another week.

Six photos from my garden
September 24th

First photo is one one of my Cotoneasters. this one fans across the front wall below a bay window. I think it may be the Grey Cotoneaster.

Own photo of a cotoneaster

Second photo is of the third Squash growing on this self-seeded plant (from my kitchen compost). The first two didn’t get beyond walnut size before the pests ate them. This one is cricket ball size.

Own photo of a squash

Next are my courgettes. I have eaten one and have more growing. Fingers crossed that the first frosts stay away and I can harvest them.

Own photo of my courgettes

Fourth photo is of one of the Fuschia which drapes itself over the pink rose. It then hangs down over the lawn.

Own photo of a fuschia

Fifth photo goes to one of the Tradiscantia cuttings from last year which has really enjoyed the hot summer.

Own photo of a Tradiscantia

Last photo is of another one of the Cotoneasters, this one may be a European variety the leafing is different from the first one. This plant is more upright in growing style.

Own photo of a cotoneaster

Thank you for joining me for this #SixOnSaturday post. I hope that you enjoyed it. If you would like to know more about this hashtag, read founder Mr Propagator’s post here also find him on Twitter here.

Happy gardening


Six photos from my garden
September 24th


  1. The sun has been out in Sarah’s Australian garden
  2. Check out the impressive Gourds in Wild Parenting’s post.
  3. Jon’s linky post for all your Six On Saturday posts.
  4. Graeme has a super Honka Fragile dahlia in his post.
  5. Always lots to see in Fred’s garden.
  6. Tony has several rescued plants on his six.
  7. Stunning Amaryllis belladonna in Jim’s garden.

31 thoughts on “🍂Autumn Colours, Vegetables And Pot Plants. My #SixOnSaturday #Gardening Post.

  1. Cotoneaster looks fab, mine is a baby still and only puts out a few berries. I have a tradescantia, not the variegated one although, mine has the green top and purple under the leaf. Like yours, it has also loved the warmer weather 🙂

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  2. Memories, memories! I had a cotoneaster along my front wall at our previous house. My mother used to grow, then propagate, tredescanthias getting the occasional purple tinted leaves. Yours is more green tinted purple leaves, lovely. Your fuchsia is very like mine which lost most of its green leaves during the drought. They are coming back now ready to fall off in autumn. 🤭

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