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Karenc"This year's garden project" 11:04am Thursday 18th Jun

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Hubby decided he was fed up of looking at the rather large shrubs at the end of the garden (they were hiding the once used and now overgrown dilapidated veg area) and it was time to do something about it, he isn't the gardener, that's me but he's more than happy to get stuck in with the grafting side.
So out came the shrubs and 15ft holly tree (A great shame but eggs and omelettes and all that).
In went new fencing, went for all concrete as we were thinking about maintenance free as we get older, a greenhouse - whoop - and planting has occured, first sungold cherry toms are ripening normally grown in containers outdoors so we are a whole month ahead of where we normally are with them. Happy days!

JAKE"RE: This year's garden project" 2:13pm Thursday 18th Jun
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from: Rotherham

Looks smart.


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"RE: This year's garden project" 5:43pm Thursday 18th Jun
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Looks great, we’ve just demolished the rest of our old decking and in the process of building some raised veg beds in its place, I don’t think I’ve worked as hard as when I’ve been on lockdown



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"RE: This year's garden project" 10:17pm Thursday 18th Jun

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Looking good Karen,
Your toms are a bit in front of ours enjoy.

Wayne I thought that Maggie, was the worker in your house.



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