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Are you two, Frank and Fairygirl, really father and daughter?
When we lived in England our house was listed (in Kent). We were allowed a conservatory on condition it was in oak and brick with leaded light windows. But that was 1982.
I have a metal shed that I use for horse food and grooming kit. It got very hot in summer so I stuck some aluminium foil type insulating stuff on the ceiling and it's much better.
There is a problem with this site at the moment. They keep promising to sort it but they haven't managed yet. You may find you get a squashed tomato when you try to look at other information like "my posts"!
Thank you, Brumbull.
Isn't it pretty?
Brumbull, is this an English garden?
I couldn't comment on the sponged effect as I've never done it in the garden. Did it in my bedroom once!
What about a variegated cornus? Cornus alba elegantissima. It has red stems in winter white flowers early summer, and is easy to grow.
Morning all. Sunny today, poured yesterday (was in foul mood yesterday, got a cold, slept badly, couldn't get outside) Still got a cold and didn't sleep well, but the sun makes such a difference.