Sunday, May 15, 2011


We bought a house 1 1/2 years ago with a dream garden.
It is a huge garden. At least for European Standards it is.
There is a wet area with fern and a natural willow fence, there is a wooden patch with farn, a grown pine tree and mushrooms. There are seven huge old birch trees besides numerous fruit trees. And there is a south facing area which just tell's me to plant tomatoes, herbs and other veggies.
So hubby and I planned and plotted and bought material for our garden. :-)
We were working hard this year (and last autumn) to convert a garden which looked quite desolate to something we like and feel is a space for us and the wildlife.
Here is a work-in-progress photo of what we were working on for the last two weekends. Can you guess what it should look like ?


Robin said...

We also started a 'new garden' when we moved 1 1.2 year ago - so I am realy looking forward to seeing how yours develops. Looks a great sart and sounds lovely.

Sans! said...

I love gardens too but not working on them. It's been 15 years since I told myself to start gardening and I have not started at all!

I will really love to see yours being transformed.

MALINIK said...

Will be interesting to show the finished garden!!

Federbärchen said...

Huhu Christine,
leider habe ich keinen grünen Daumen und kann nur schwer raten, an was ihr da gerade werkelt. Ich sage mal ein Kräutergärtlein oder so eine Art Steingarten? Sieht auf jeden Fall schon sehr schön aus, bin auf das Ergebnis gespannt!
Liebe Grüße von Claudia
PS: Habe noch keine feste nächste Ausstellung geplant, aber es würde mich schon wieder drücken :-)))!