My new shed

A while ago I read a blog by modflower` on shed envy. I’ve have been coveting  other people sheds for years, but had to make do with the children’s old play house until the end of last year when the felting blow off in a strong wind. The poor old thing limped on until this spring with some old compost bags used to patch the holes. Today with the help of my son and a lot of hammering we put it out of it’s  misery.

This is  my new olive stained shed. I plan to grow climbers over it to soften the edges.

After a week of sunshine all the flowers have blossomed and even in my small garden there it lots happening.

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