Our Garden

Welcome to our garden - a work in progress

This page is to share the progress in our garden.  I will try to photograph month by month and to show you the colour we have achieved with each month

June - borders are filling


















May - plenty of colour












April - how the garden looks









March - colour in the garden



















March trip to the garden centre








February 


we lost a large shrub to the wind in the left hand border, I was sad at the time but actually it has meant that I could completely rejig this border.  Though does leave the bottom seating more exposed.  The garden is starting to wake up








2019   

after our first full year we knew which plants needed to be relocated and this was done at the end of 2018. I'm itching to see what comes up - I planted loads of summer flowering bulbs last autumn.  The daffodils and spring bulbs that got removed when the garden was stripped were replanted and they are flowering beautifully.

Summer 2018  

we worked on the borders, creating a couple of seating areas so we could follow the sun around the garden.  2018 was a very hot summer and as it was our first full year we got to see where the problem areas were, as in which plants didn't like their position, parts of the back and right hand border are in full sun most of the day and some plants really struggled.  We did achieved a fair amount of colour though and we were pleased with that.  We had a little helper too








































April 2018 

new fences erected to the bottom and left of the garden




February 2018 

we had all the trees removed so we could open up the space and get the fences replaced












This is what we had when we moved in in September 2017






This the view of our garden from the Agent's brochure




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