Monday, 17 June 2013

A new pergola

I hadn't been to the garden since last year and was delighted by the transformation that has taken place, including a wildlife area.

We worked on constructing another pergola, which you can see in the distance in the picture below. Once it's finished, it will provide a framework for some climbing plants – kiwi and grape vines and passion fruit.

Some families came into see how the plants in their raised beds are getting along and work was also carried out on this lovely centre piece made by Gary:

Along with food plants, such as these blueberries and gooseberries

there are also some beautiful wild flowers in the garden like this poppy.

All in all, it was lovely to spend time in nature and I hope to be back again soon.

1 comment:

  1. In ancient times, they were built as extension of houses. Pergolas which are free standing are very much like that of gazebo.


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