Its almost a year since I moved into my lovely house, for some reason my garden was full of concrete strips, Geoff Â always said we would get rid of them BUT to me it looked a huge job.
Digging up the concrete started a good month ago and over the past few days Geoff has been finishing my garden for me 🙂
Its been very hard work and at least 4 ton of concrete had to be moved toÂ Frimstone Quarry at Snettisham on what had to be theÂ wettest day this year 🙁
We then collected sand and 14mm gravel ready for laying the Patio and path the following day, which was thankfully dry !
The third day was spent planting some shrubs, digging the vegetable plot, and moving the Â rotary washing line from the middle of the garden.
I even have a compost bin now and will try to do a little more recycling, its something I have never really been into as it involves too much driving to take the stuff to the recycling centre, which in itself is not green !
Its looking fantastic and all thats left for me to do is plant some vegetables, seed the grass andÂ generally look after my beautiful new Garden.
Now all I need is the sun to come back so I can enjoy it at its best 🙂
Another HUGE thanks to Geoff for all his help and hard work, next week he is off to walk the south west coast path and even though I will miss him tons I hope he has a fantastic time because he deserves too 🙂
Sounds like good progress. The compost bins work much better if you put in a pot of the proper worms (Tiger worms I think they’re called) instead of just relying on passing garden worms to get in there. We got the last lot from Amazon – yes really! The other place to look is the Wiggy Wigglers website – what a magnificent onomatopoeic name that is…
Sounds like you’ve made fantastic progress, Sally. Happy Easter Monday.
It sounds like it is coming along perfectly 🙂
It’s over to you now Jim! It’s all dug and ready for the veggie planting – Your Grandkids & daughter will be delighted to get advice & help from an expert. 🙂
GEOFFS walk will be easy stuff after all that work ,,he needs an 8 oz steak now and again tell him,,,,well done geoff i know how hard work that must have been,,