I think it looks quite nice myself.
This is Fuchsia Eton Mess, and it's flowering outside in January. I know, it's getting a bit silly now. Although, the weather forecasters are predicting heavy frosts over the next few days, so that should put an end to these out of season displays.
I've had a change of heart, like you do, it's a woman's prerogative you know. I've decided to move the fuchsia basket under cover after all. I've made room for it in the greenhouse, and the plants now have a 50/50 chance of survival.
Today is the feast of St Hilary which, according to legend, is often the coldest day of the year. Coldest day of the week maybe, but I think we will have colder days than today before the winter is out. There is, however, a more reliable saying:
"If the birds begin to sing in January,
Frosts are on the way."
Well, the sparrows have been making such a lot of noise in the garden over the last few days, so it looks like those predicted frosts are coming.