Putting the Garden to One Side

 

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The fine weather continues and having done all the painting (bar a second coat on the gate).
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It was time to tackle the garden….

The way we have extended the house and built the deck means that our garden is mainly at the side of the house. I began with the Buddlea which urgently needed a trim.20140418-213412.jpg
Then the removal of the old copper fountain which hasn’t worked for years and now looks a bit of an eyesore. We sold it for scrap and hoped to recoup a few pounds. In the end we go £20 – I think the scrap dealer got a bargain, myself.

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As ever one thing leads to another and having removed the fountain we decided that the bench would good in its place – so back out with the paint (the bench really needs painting and we still had some Ash Black.

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The garden at the side has been a bit a dumping ground at the hidden front end and – so it needed a general tidy. Entailing another trip to the dump.

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At the end of the day the garden is looking nicer than at the beginning and hopefully will be more appealing to buyers.

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5 responses to “Putting the Garden to One Side

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  3. Heather & Geoff Sandiford

    Looking great! Well done!

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  4. Great work, Graham and Anita. Love the chair look and position 🙂

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