I havn't taken an awful lot of pic in my garden this year because it would have been a bit like duplicating last years. My garden is very small with flowers and shrubs in the front and veg in the back.
I'll post a few of this years pics that I did take -
Path down to the Oil Tank
Resident Dopey Cat
Now that I've started my garden thread I'll start to take Autumn and Winter pics of it. Spring will be much better though.
We are first and foremost meant to be a "Gardening" forum - among other things - if I remember rightly. This year has bee a total washout for me gardening-wise, with all of that rain and a plague of snails and slugs. Great that you have such lovely pics to show, Alpha! Your garden is a credit to you and beloved Hubby!
Last Edit: Sept 27, 2012 10:56:00 GMT -1 by Whisker
I've just been looking through my photobucket account and thought I'd share some of this years pics with you. My garden is very small but we do tend to cram a lot into it.
The front garden early in the year-
Then again a couple of months later-
This year my husband discovered 101 useful things you can do with plastic water pipe and builders rubble net. LOL. He made a cat proof cover (which still lets the rain through) to go over the small veg plot. We had a fantastic crop of onions so it seems to work.
He's so enamoured with it that as soon as the runner beans have finished he's making a similar one, polytunnel style over the larger veg plot. The foundations have been put in place already.
The builders net is purchased and the door has been built, all we need now is access to it.
I'm lost in admiration of what you and Hubby have achieved, AC! Great harvest to show! the beauty of onions is that they are "keepers" over a long period. Your front garden looks very spacious - the way it is laid out. Thanks for sharing!
Last Edit: Sept 27, 2012 10:56:27 GMT -1 by Whisker
Well work commenced this morning on netting up the non-poly, polytunnel with black rubble net. After a couple of hours of hard graft we have got as far as putting the net in place-
Once we've cropped the leeks from the middle of the crop-
-we can finish it off and put a path going down the middle. We aim to grow the veg slightly differently next year by planting in squares. Different veg on either side of the path and planting at different times.
Last Edit: Oct 3, 2012 18:45:16 GMT -1 by alphacat