Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
I like the photos.Troy
The garden really has benefitted from the very heavy downpours we had a few weeks back and the sunshine of late. x
That is the lush green that shout Britain to you every time.
Looking good VP! xx
Those are good views to have (minus the bins). ;-) Everything is looking so lush and green.
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. A delight for the eyes
The blue bin could be straightened & used as a garden focal point. ;^) As they say on my kids' Webkinz, "Good Growing."
Texas Travellers - thanks. Louise - it sure has! It's great at the moment isn't it?dnd - you're so right and we take it all for granted.Flighty - thanks, but not so at the allotment. I'll tell you about it some time!Yolanda & MMD - each time I take the picture from the top of the plot I kick myself for not straightening the bins. I'd have to empty them first though!viooltje - thanks so much and you've been showing some goodies over at your place too I see!
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