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Hi all, just signed up. Thought I'd share my little piece of paradise with the world. I'm new to this gardening stuff so here we go !!!
Welcome and well done. It looks like a lovely spot to sit and relax.
Looks like you've been doing it for years! Looks fab!
Your garden looks lovely Jac Welcome to the forum!
Lovely garden Jac Welcome
Welcome Jack, nice friendly bunch on here with helpful advice,very good at identifying plants
Sorry about spelling name wrong, predictive text
Hi Jac, pleased to meet you. What a love garden, love the fatsia in the corner. Also have belfast sink envy
Thanks for all the lovely comments you guys! Star Gaze Lily - I got the sink for a tenner from the local reclamation centre which I thought was a right bargain. Planted it up last summer but all the alpines are a little too big now.
Welcome Jac, where are you in the UK, so we can give better advice if needed? Just North, South info is all.
Oh it's lovely Jac. You've a real eye for placing things.
Jac, I had the same problem with my sink too. Just so you can giggle I've posted the picture for you:
Welcome Jac to the family of plant lovers and gardeners. You can ask any question you like and you will get so much helpful advice and support. Also a great garden - what are your planting plans for this summer ? Are you interested in Plant Propagation?
Good luck in all you do.
Hi Jac. Welcome. I was so pleased to read your post. So! your little garden is your paradise. Such a lovely expression. I look forward to many more posts from you. Yes. We are a friendly bunch, and there is a wealth of know-how on this forum.
Kindest regards. Mike.
Hi Jac - like your bit of paradise - bit like mine - like the japonica fatsia in corner - I was lucky enough to have been given my first one this year for my birthday. Hope you are Enjoying your garden.
Welcome to the madhouse Jac!
Here's hoping you get plenty of good weather this year to enjoy sitting in your paradise
Mad plant in sink! The fatsia is about 15 years old and loves it there. I only completed the raised bed last August so it hasn't got much in. It's in the sunny bit of my garden. I've also got a similar raised bed the other side which gets no sun at all. So the plants I choose have to be very specific for each bed. I'm in Essex
Hi jac and welcome to the friendly, helpful and a bit bonkers forum Lots of useful tips learnt on here.
Love your garden, and it's Belfast sink......I have Belfast sink envy at the moment, think I need to find the Envy thread.
Ooops sorry Jac, meant to you had a lovely garden, lol not Love garden
Tracey, i'm still looking for a sink!!