Garlic and lemons: early November garden notes
The rest of the garlic saved for sowing (a pound) was planted today in beautiful, slightly unseasonably warm sunshine. With afternoon temperatures in the low eighties, there’s no problem drying laundry here. Mulch for the garlic is provided by shredded corn plants.
In a pot on wheels so it can move inside when frost threatens, the Meyer lemon tree has two slowly ripening fruit, and today has sprung masses of tiny tight flower buds.
The conservatory is going to smell good when this flowering tree moves inside.