A south-facing plot on a sloping site in south-west Sheffield, with aspirations to become a vineyard.
You should see our backgarden too!When the dogs go out, it looks like they are lions prowling through tall african grassland!Haha!Enjoy your weekend of mowing!
Ok so it may be a little overgrown...but it does look lovely...and the entrance looks so magical!!
That first photo is so secret garden - I love it! So is your plot walled? I'd love a walled garden.
Hi Sue. No, it isn't walled but has the high hedge you can see there, behind which is an access road (much used by incontinent dogs; there's a row bubbling up from some plotholders about that. I'm keeping a low profile, but it is annoying.) On one side is a much lower hedge and on the other just a path I share with another plot. A walled garden would be lovely though, in those old, slightly crumbly bricks, with a brick potting shed and lashings of well-rotted manure. Ah, beginning to get into fairyland now!!
It's not that long ago that we were all bemoaning the lack of rain!!!!Actually I'm pig sick of it now :-PLove the secret doorway - preferably without the incontinent dogs though!Himself was on about building a walled vegetable garden in our garden ....sounded like a nice idea until I realised he meant a seven foot high wall right across the garden!!! Soon put a stop to that doppy plan! Apparently it was my fault ....I'd mentioned wanting an archway in a bit of crumbling old wall!
Thanks Nutty; the rain never ends. It's getting a bit boring now!!
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