Tuesday, 13 March 2007

So much to do in the Garden.

This Euphorbia provides a bright spot in the garden.

The weather has been so wet and mild that the grass has kept growing but is too wet to cut. It's been so windy and that means quite a lot of repair work to arches and trellises. Now this wouldn't be worrying were it not for the Garden Safari. Since we've been here there have been two garden safaris and I think there was one before that. Each has raised a lot of money, the last two in aid of the local Hospice. So we have to get it all looking good. It's not until July, but it's amazing how quickly the time goes by! The photo shows one of the side gardens of the house, the main garden is beyond the other end of the house.

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