The English Garden

September at Babington

Gather Autumn Fruits

September’s soft embrace is one of the lesser-sung joys of the garden. The heat of summer has passed but the colder autumnal nights are yet to begin in earnest. The pressure of gathering and preparing the harvest for storage is mostly gone.

Anna Pavord writes in her classic book, , that tree

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