More of my garden transformation

These are the before and after photos of the other end of the patio. The new greenhouse is situated where the trellis is in the first picture.

This is the before picture (after we cleared most of the brambles) looking towards where the new greenhouse is from the side garden.

And this is what the side garden looked like last summer. A lot more plants have gone in since and an awful lot more still to go in.

The window to the side of the house our neighbour had no idea was even there before we moved in it was so overgrown!

10 Responses

  1. Profile photo of gertie gertie says:

    Goodness, re the window Terri … you have done well :good: and those plants look very healthy :good: :rose:

    • Thank you! It’s quite shady in that little corner of the garden, so I’ve since planted some hostas at the back. It’s been hard work as it’s clay soil and took some digging!

  2. Profile photo of gertie gertie says:

    … and that clay partially explains the healthy growth …. :rose:

  3. Profile photo of karenp karenp says:

    Does look good and those hostas look lovely and healthy too, do like your greenhouse :good:

  4. Your garden is really looking a great space after all your hard work :good:

  5. Profile photo of shedsue shedsue says:

    Looking great PGG :good:

  6. Profile photo of dixon dixon says:

    Love the traditional greenhouse. :good:

  7. Profile photo of VegVamp VegVamp says:

    It is looking gorgeous Terri, you have done a lot of work. :good: Yip, like Dix, I love the greenhouse. :-)

  8. Profile photo of Beanstew Beanstew says:

    These are not pictures to look at after my bout of protracted laziness in my own place. But as Karen says, it really does look gorgeous – and I can only wonder at the amount of sheer hard graft that it represents. You deserve to have a really wowser gardening year after that slog, Terri – and I look forward to hearing about your triumphs soon.

  9. Profile photo of cilla cilla says:

    Lovely greenhouse Terri :love:

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