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My new project. Where do I start!

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 00:30

i would agree there higgy its great to involve them. was looking at your blog very interesting lol and very nice too  i think people tend to forget about the birds but like you i have various hangin feeders as they do their part as much as the bees etc xx

My new project. Where do I start!

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 00:28

lol i love the idea as well, its nice to get others inputs on things i reckon lol. sometimes your mind goes mad with all the ideas tjhat ppl give you lol! aww thats cute clearly excited about your work in progress then.. gardening takes alot of patience which i never used to have but i find it so rewarding seeing everything that we have grown or done its great makes me feel good you should feel proud of what you have acheived so far youve done great x

Ornamental grasses

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 00:21

we have some in our front garden althgh my partner is considering getting rid of ours althgh i highly doubt he will manage this lol i think they are lovely and i am thinking of buying somemore for our raised beds out in our back garden unbeknown to my partner ofcourse lol think they are lovely plants so no your not the onl one

My new project. Where do I start!

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 00:13

loved watching your wee garden transform just shows you that when you spend time and make an effort it pays off, im new to this gardening thing aswell used to hate it lol! until i fell pregnant with our wee one and now i love growing everything from seed as much as possible i think its a great idea to grow flowers and vegetables equally as it will interest your little one and getting them into the whole growing your own thing lol. our little one loves to help and i think its great to get them into something like this. i see that you mentioned about pallets earlier in your posts have you ever thght about treating them with wood stainer or paint? and securing the bottom and sides with plastic sheeting and puttin several drainage holes through out that way if u plan on growing vegetables or salads etc u can sow them in between the slats and they will be kept neat and tidy also if u secure the pallet correctly with the sheeting and ofcourse with alittle help u can move the pallet to where ever needed in tthe garden and still have fresh crops etc that way u have the choice of choosing something different each time

Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 23:35

i would love to use it for cooking as well as decoration im in fife so prob a fair distance away lol xx

Stinging Vine

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:43

do you have a picture?

Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:38

hi was just wondering if anyone has this ground covering plant in their garden? and whether it is just the purple colouring you can get or if there are any other colours avaliable? me and my partner are going to be doing a stepping stone effect down at the bottom of our garden and was thinking this would be a lovely neutral plant to put in between the gaps any suggestions/ feed back welcome xx

Welly boots

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 20:48

if all else fails and you dont have any chance of them fitting you use them for plants i have my sons pair that are too small and im planning on putting his favourite flowers in them get him to help me although with bigger wellies you could cut hole in the side and put plants in from the side  xx recycling is the key xx

which plants would be best?

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 20:43

no worries jenny hopefully get raised bedding sorted this week and planting sorted wil put a picture up when done

which plants would be best?

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 20:34

thankyou for all your replys has been very helpful  

chris ill have a little look into these ones you have suggested thanks alot

bobthegardener love growingplants from seed and my partner loves Geraniums so think thats a win win lol

dovefromabove we are boxing in the sides as you were saying that way the raised beds will be secure and theres no chance of any mud/clay sliding all of your info has really helped and i will look into evreything you have all suggested thanks alot  also we usually get sun from 12 til 7pm  if this helps any? 

 

loving your pictures though kathy give me hope that i can grow things in the clay soil lol

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