A garden is never finished:

Chris has started putting in the structure to create shade for the vegetable patch for summer. (Piping on Star pickets.)

Chris has started putting in the structure to create shade for the vegetable patch for summer. (Piping on Star pickets.)

Self sown poppies need to go to put in vegetables.

Developing archway to cool the studio.

Developing archway to cool the studio.

Another shot of the back pottage garden.

Another shot of the back pottage garden.

Fresh leaves rejuvenate the BBQ area.

Fresh leaves rejuvenate the BBQ area.

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20 thoughts on “A garden is never finished:

  1. hilarycustancegreen

    Wonderful, plus lovely poppies. I quite agree, a garden is never finished. I am always trying to let the sunlight in, but we also suffer from low rainfall here (yes really) and a sandy soil. It all a happy juggling trick, I regularly drop the balls, but you can always pick up some new ones instead.

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    1. bkpyett Post author

      I am surprised to hear you have low rainfall Hilary. We had a welcome heavy fall and thunderstorm last night. They keep telling us there will be little rain this summer, so every bit is welcome. I can imagine your wonderful trees!

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  2. ChristineR

    Stunning, Barbara! I love seeing photos of your garden. You and Chris must get a lot of pleasure from both the creation and recreation. The poly pipe on pickets is a brilliant idea, and one I might make use of myself. So many applications spring to mind! 🙂

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    1. bkpyett Post author

      Yes, we do get lots of pleasure from the garden Christine. Glad you enjoy the photos!
      Yes, the poly pipe works well, hope you find it useful too. 🙂

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