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sorry its taken so long to take pics thought i had lost my camera,wouldnt you know in the last box unpacked

so I got a poly tunnel and put it at the bottom of the garden,this is as far as the sun goes in the garden so It will be shade loveing plants.

theres a patio area so ive built a little fence and gate to keep quincy and maisie off,quince is a digger,and im doing my borders with daffs and tulips,the lawn is mainly buttercups and weeds,the soil is lovely and rich I will put more up when I get a chance

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You have been busy. I like the little fence to keep the diggers out lol! It will really look nice when the bulbs are in and blooming.

27 Sep, 2020


The garden will probably get more sun in the summer when it's higher in the sky.
I like your fence.
You'll have plenty of colour in the spring from your bulbs, and I imagine you'll be growing lots of things in your polytunnel too :)

28 Sep, 2020


ty and yes hywel it will be full of toms,cucumbers,peppers and i hope to build a raised bed behind it for veggies.
the gate is from a bed settee i didnt want starting to build up a pile of wood that may come in useful

28 Sep, 2020


that is a lovely start to your new garden. digging pets can be a pest cant they. That little fence is perfect.

28 Sep, 2020


Its a good size for you Ladybug, and you've got the two main jobs sorted first, that fence looks a treat and you can start sowing in your polytunnel as soon as you're ready , somewhere to work as well if you fancy a bit of gardening when its raining, even a potter just to look often cheers me up on wet days even if I actually don't do anything but look, lol...Enjoy planting the border, that's the best bit...

28 Sep, 2020

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