That was exactly my thinking and why I booked my op for December. But aren’t we lucky with the winter in uk this year. Even when I was barely mobile, it was very cheering when the sun shone.Autumn was a great time to have the op - after the garden was tidied up for winter, out of action when the days were short and the weather dull and getting back to normal when the good days return and work can begin in the garden again.
It's been lovely in W Yorkshire too but frost every morning.We have a daffodil out! I still feel cold in the house though when everyone else is sitting around in T shirts. Too much sitting about on my part or do the blood thinners have any effect on making me feel cold?@Klassy @HertsHippy yes this has been such a lovely period of weather- but I fear for the gardens and animals when the cold returns (apparently starting a bit tomorrow)- mind you it has still been cold at night. Haven't had any rhododendrons or magnolias out here yet- but all look almost ready. And it does make practising walking that bit more enjoyable and easy.