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That's what's keeping her young and fit!
She is currently backpacking around Grand Canaria for a month - back before the growing season really starts! I am totally in awe of her.
We started Sholing station in September, there is a lot of people in your group of volunteers ours here only has 2 or 3 sometimes not many - but after a while of clearing the garden area that was unused for a long time before we started gardening, South West trains did a shrubbery cut back which helped with the brambles, still had to do a lot of digging and gardening that had to be done but we can see lots of bulb heads popping up flowers will be arriving.
It will be good when we get to see all our efforts we put in. We still have lots of weeding to do and will enjoy the rewards of the plants in flower and the time gardening as well. We also have our own garden to keep enjoying as well.
Interesting video link - gardening does get some places colourful, makes spaces look better don't you think?
What a good lot of volunteering everyone does - so well done all.
Anyone done any interesting volunteering gardening recently?
Hi garden girl. The reason Belper Station had so many people helping on that picture is because we organised a 'community day' and got people from East Midlands Trains and Network Rail to help too. Otherwise, there's usually 4-6 of us working on an enormous area Too wet to do much at the moment, but things re popping up underneath the snow
Just an update, been doing a lot of weeding to the flower bed which looks good now lots of the plants growing and thanks to SWT they have put in a new drain which should help with the flood - puddle
weather warming up so more bits can be done
Heres a few photos now
Well here's an update of how Sholing station looks
The flower bed is looking a lot more colourful now, still a lot of digging to be done for prep of wildflower seeds.
Are there any areas in your local community that are looking colourful?