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Lots of colour still around in Lincolnshire.


By kate123


One of my patients gardens still blooming brightly and with tasty looking produce.

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A regular Garden of Eden! They obviously love their garden.

4 Sep, 2022


Lots of lovely things there, edibles as well. I like that Clematis.

4 Sep, 2022


a good multi purpose garden. what's not to like?

4 Sep, 2022


Thanks Ange, yes they really got things going last year as in building a 2nd greenhouse from scratch, planting a mini orchard and digging out a small pond too. Lots of other areas upgraded.

4 Sep, 2022


Thanks Josee, I'll pass on yours and Ange's comments! Very kind ๐Ÿ

4 Sep, 2022


Thanks Eileen, they will be pleased with that! They've found a new lease of life with the fruit and veg side!

4 Sep, 2022


How do o tear yourself away? T tomatoes look a lot better than some this year. Mine got too hot and are very small.

5 Sep, 2022


Lovely photo's Kate, they obviously love the garden, its been a real struggle this year but things are perking up now with the recent and much needed rainfall.....

7 Sep, 2022


Great photos of your patientโ€™s eclectic garden. Have you told them about GOY? Perhaps they would like to participate on this site.

8 Sep, 2022


Sue, it is difficult at times, I've a few patients with such lovely gardens. I call it my 'therapy time'.
Have to say, he's really had success with his fruit and veg this year! He's 80 next year and he thoroughly enjoys building new projects and utilising every spare area.

9 Sep, 2022


Thanks Sue, yes, he really has got in to gardening much more since covid.
I do agree, my rockery is definitely looking better, lawn is getting there and the other areas too..milder and with the occasional shower, it all helps!

9 Sep, 2022


Thanks Loosestrife. I'll pass on your kind feedback. He's currently building one of his daughters a greenhouse.
His list of medical conditions won't beat him, that's for sure! The first pic is us having a quick coffee under his lovely pergola area, a mix of grape vines, honeysuckle, clematis and wisteria climbing up above and over. He has a backdrop of artificial greenery.
I'll mention GoY to him, he knows I do the blogs..๐Ÿ‘

9 Sep, 2022

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