It all began in 2010 & follows the weekly ups and downs of garden work chronicling both successes and failures but most of all demonstrates the fun enjoyed by three people who regularly garden in all weathers.

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26 May 2015

Repairs & Renovations for Open Gardens


Despite competitions, preparations for open gardens next week are well under way.  Chris even gave up a Bank Holiday Monday to come renovate Kay's swing seat roof and mend one of the green garden doors which had succumbed to rot over winter.  The previous roof had been ply which had only stood a very short test of time so it was decided to go for something a little longer lasting.  Brian our painter took me over to Lanes to collect the corrugated tin which we tied onto the roof of his van.  Luckily it was still there when we arrived home so I was able to paint it with Tractol 'Landrover Green'.  I was in trouble for painting the right side of one sheet and the wrong side of the other!!  As a mere apprentice, how was I to know?  It worked out in my favour luckily!  Now all I have to do is touch up the green paint.  It looks really smart and having had its joints tightened and extra bracing, it's a whole lot steadier.  Today, Janine and I turned the conservatory into a tea room so, time to sit and swing in it would be nice!  Getting ready for open gardens






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