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My Garden

Discussion in 'Leisure activities' started by msp14, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. msp14

    msp14 Member

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    I have recently bought a new 6X4 wooden shed and have laid it on new buff slabs.
    I have taken away some of the lawn and have added weed cover material and then used naturally rounded gravel.(It looks like the gravel is a moat and the shed and slabs are an island).
    Also there are some planters with spring flowering bulbs in.
    I have a metal shed which i am going to convert into a greenhouse with a clear view roof and a clear door,made up of wood and clear plastic sheets.
    I am hoping to raise enough seedlings for us and to sell some for Picture Penzance to raise some money.
    You can see some photos of the stages in building said shed and slabs in my album.
     
  2. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    Yeah, saw that shed in your uploads. We put a shed together a couple of years ago.... but it was April and very windy.
    Probably upon reflection... not the best time of year to build a shed:eek:
     

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