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Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Thought it was about time...

I formally introduced you to my new garden!

It's very much a blank canvas at the moment. Rather uninspiring! As you can see there is no shortage of GRASS!!! Hahaha the story of our grass has been a running theme in this blog so it's nice to see plenty of it now! Hopefully it wont become a problem - well apart from growing too fast anyway!

The wall is a state. Will be coming down this summer (hopefully)... if it doesn't fall down first that is... which is quite likely! We will replace it with fence panels most likely. The ones put in with concrete surrounds like the rest of the gardens around here.

When we first moved in we could not work out what the bulbs growing up the back were. Were now pleasantly surprised to find that they are bluebells! I thought you only got them in the woods!! Unfortunately placed though as we want to clear that area and put a door in the back of our garage. Maybe I'll dig them up and plant them in the front garden then they have finished doing their thing!

We also have some rose bushes, in remembrance of the cottage maybe? Will be good to see what colours they are when they get that far!

As I'm sure you saw (or not, depending on how much you care), the chicken currently lives down the side of the house, in an old shed left by the previous owners. She seems pretty happy, though I am sure she is envious of that grass......

So that is the short tour of our new garden, hope you enjoyed it... I look forward to making something more of it in the near future!

1 comment:

  1. Looks lush. Our chickens have ruined our grass during the rainy winter, so don't feel too sorry for her, you're better off with her where she is.