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The little pile of turfs are I hope going to grow and become a grass bench as well as our boundary line.
These Brussels went in, came out and went in again - we had planted them too close, as yo can see below.
We had such a great day together. The quietness really is good for the soul. I felt like I had travelled back in time to an era when the pace of life was much slower. The other allotment folk are very friendly and willing.
As I am finding it hard to fit posting in, I am making this a Big One...so
Update on Patio and a little garden tour
These Terracotta Pamets with a Tudor Rose are perfect to highlight and add interest to the grey slabs.
My Son James laid the footings and then the reclaimed London Stocks (bricks) around the edge.
The terracotta balls were a gift from the Nursery...they will be used to fill in any odd spaces.
My Ornamental Rhuem just beginning to push up through the soil.
The line of brick here are not old Stocks, but will not be seen once the herbacious plants grow and cover this edge. I have an Herbaceous Geranium here.A beautiful specimen tree called Liquidamber Sstyraciflua - it has the most wonderful deep red and copper coloured leaves in the Autumn.