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Wed May 17 2017, 13:48
A year and a half in and it's taking shape (The yellow strip is where the pond will be going)

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Wed May 17 2017, 14:40
That's looking lovely Mac,I wish my garden was as big..do you have a greenhouse too.
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Wed May 17 2017, 14:55
No, Maureen. I may do in the future buit setting it up for wildlife just now, you can't see the fruit trees halfway down, there are some behind the shed too.
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Wed May 17 2017, 14:57
Are we all invited to the garden party this summer? What a lovely big space. It must have taken some work to put all those fence panels back after the storm earlier in the year.
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Wed May 17 2017, 16:03
I've always wanted enough space to grow fruit trees..I planted one cherry tree three years ago,this year is the first year I got cherries growing..guess what the birds have had them all..but apart from that,if I had as much space as you have Mac..Id be in my glory...I just love planting stuff..this time of year..after breakfast ,the first thing I do is walk around the garden to see what's what..I love it...your shed looks like a beaut too..ours is knackered we've had it that long..but I've been wondering whether to paint it in a nice willow colour.
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Wed May 17 2017, 18:03
There is a workshop behind me that's around 25 ft long. The shed is used just for garden machinery. Willow would look good. My garden. 709307421
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