Potager Garden & Potting Shed inside a White Picket Fence. Neat, trimmed and easy to work. The only thing to be cautious of with this design is that it is difficult to keep out wildlife, such as deer, rabbits, and raccoons, that would be keen on access. ~ B33Happy Honey *^-^*
24/7 Handy man for you! Do you need help in fixing things on your house? Well, let me tell you that I can help you with it. Quick and with quality. I will gather. I will help collect any furniture. Tidy in the yard or garden. Having laid laminate. Tiles. Carpeting. Linoleum. To fix any fault in the electrical engineering and much more. Painted. FLV repainted walls. Ceilings. doors and windows according to your wishes. We can help you repair tiles in your bathroom, kitchen; ceilings a
#Gardening as a metaphor for #parenting plus a project update: http://www.joytroupe.com/gardening-is-like-parenting/ I wish I could tell you that I made this look as bad as possible before I took these “before” pics, but in actual fact, I had to tidy it up a little so you could see what I’m dealing with. Other than that, it’s all genuine, complete with the contents of our trash can the raccoons have thoughtfully left all over the yard.
Living in a Wild Garden was written by UK author Roger Banks and published in 1980. Opening his story he writes, "This then is the ground I wish to cover in this book, the triangle between the obvious rural charm of wild flowers, ordered cultivation in the garden, and the kitchen. Usually it is a rubbish dump but I make no apology. In an over-tidy world it is on just these waste lots, often at the city centre, that one may find something of interest, useful or good to eat."