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Waking up a little at last...

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After a couple of good sunny days and after I spent all day sorting out the grass and edging yesterday. At last the garden begins to stir…

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Beautiful and neat! Well done!

17 Apr, 2015

 

Thanks Michaella! It did look pretty in the sushine today and I felt I'd done a worthwhile job. Just need a bit of warmth now so the grass seed with germinate! Especially on the turf seats :)

17 Apr, 2015

 

Looking really nice now Karen. Hopefully you'll get some time to sit, relax, and enjoy it this year.

17 Apr, 2015

 

soon be time to get out the hammock, it looks ace, hope you get lots of lovely sunshine. If the saying is correct the ash and oak are out at the same time down here so another year like last year it would seem if the saying is correct. Enjoy some down time in your garden, although I do not think gardeners really ever rest. lol :O)

18 Apr, 2015

 

It will soon grow Karen and is going to look grand as does the rest of your garden, you'll soon be sitting on your seats....

18 Apr, 2015

 

Well done Karen - your garden is taking shape and looking good - what a difference a little sunshine makes to get plants moving - have a lovely week - Jane

18 Apr, 2015

 

Everything looking good Karen and as neat as a new pin...I don't know how you manage it. Let's hope the milder/warmer weather is here to stay this time.

19 Apr, 2015

 

Nothing like a turn for the better weatherwise to stir a gardener's spirit! Well - this gardener, anyway!

Your garden looks great. Mine is blurry round the edges as usual, but lovely to be in, especially when the sun is shining 🌞

20 Apr, 2015

 

Looking good Karen ! It looks like you have been there for ages ! At last, Spring is here !

21 Apr, 2015

 

Thanks everyone..another lovely day here, it makes such a difference. Everything is taking off at last and I am so pleased that we invested so much in it last year because it is already looking a little more established. After waiting 6 years for that in my last garden, I wanted to get it going a bit quicker this time. Luckily the established apple trees help a lot, but there was nothing else in the garden worth keeping really (although some plants did get moved and cuttings taken etc. so not much was wasted).

21 Apr, 2015

 

It is certainly going to look well-established by the summer, Karen. And isn't the pond pretty?

21 Apr, 2015

 

Aw, thanks Melchi. It will look pretty once the hills are green! :)

21 Apr, 2015

 

Alive with the sight of grasses!

21 Apr, 2015

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