In the garden


My lovely man and our granddaughter eating raw brocolli from the veg patch in days gone by.

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They look good.

I have leggy tomato seedlings my husband had sown before he died.
Still got to transplant them.

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That is such a lovely photo :heart:x

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Our gardens do seem to be a reason to keep going. To get them back to looking cared for and loved again. Just got to wait for the weather.
Lovely photo

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Hi Debbie, was browsing thru the posts and read your post about gardens.
Your garden pics look amazing, i don,t have a garden now since moved into a flat 3rd floor.
I would be sitting in garden for hours if i had a garden as beautiful and it looks so calming. I love it !!!
Statue is a lovely touch aswel.

Hugs x
Col

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Thank you, I do spend hour’s sitting in it, in the summer months. It was my husbands favourite place to be and I do have a few of his ashes scattered there. It is alot of hard work keeping it looking that way but worth it for him.
Debbie x

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Hi Debbie, how are you doing?
I love gardening and used to work for local council as a landscape gardener.
As i said it looks beautiful and you have , and are doing a great job to make looking that good.
Hugs x

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Just having another look at your photos.
Wonderful borders. I haven’t quite got the ability to layer borders.

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Thankyou Rose. I’m afraid they dont look like that now, they’re ok from a distance, I’ll try and tidy them but I’m finding it very hard this year. Im finding everthing hard this year. X

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Yes, this is such a different and difficult year this year.
Little did we know, just as well as we could still enjoy the time together last summer.

I wrote my letter last night, which wasn’t quite so sad as the one the night before.
I was able to write about a memory of a lovely day we had many years ago.

Sun is forecast for here and I have something I must do, so that’s a bit of a plan.

How about you?

Love,

Rose x

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It’s OK from a distance is always my refrain about my garden! I am determined not to look too closely at the jungly bits but just keep working away gradually. Lawn care is a whole new challenge for me…that was always Neil’s territory. Quite proud of myself for eventually getting the ride on lawn mower started the other day!

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Well done, see what we can do when we have to.
My lawn’s not big enough for a ride on and as long as its short and green I’m happy.
Little abd often is best for the rest, and dustance is good :wink:

Happy gardening
Take care

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I probably shouldn’t use the word lawn!. It’s mostly moss, mud and weeds plus all different sorts of coarse grass. But it’s a good space for the grandchildren to play when they visit and so long as I don’t look too closely it’s a reasonable foil for the azealeas.

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Wow!:heart: That looks like big garden, as you say good for grandchildren to run around.

No grass in our garden.

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Outside one of the windows x

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Beautiful xx

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I love wisteria. Tried one here and all it ever did was produce masses of leaves!

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