My Quiet Life in Suffolk
Lovely. We had a 12' x 10' cedar greenhouse at our first house. Unfortunately it has now gone, I checked on the for sale photographs when it was resold in 2012. Obviously not gardeners!
Very nice indeed, I shall make a start sowing some seeds next week.
Lovely to see you with a greenhouse again
Fabulous! You'll be as happy as Larry out there 🙂
Gardening heaven, as I sit here watching the snow come down!!
That is lovely. Looks like you chose good.x
(What time are we on here? According to what it says, we are on Western Canada/U.S. time! You posted this at 0543 Sue???)
woo hoo! I cant wait to start growing our own again. Good Luck!
How lovely that you can start making your cottage your home now. Just think, you be eating home grown lettuce and radish again soon!I'm so glad. You both deserve some garden time. Sue
Ooo. Lovely! I bet it'll be packed with produce by the summer. Storm Doris ripped the roof felt off our shed in the allotment, a couple of greenhouses on the site also got damaged. I'm still jealous tho, I could grow enough tomatoes to keep my daughter quiet!!
She's a beauty! Hope you'll have many happy hours there sowing seeds!HugsJane
Lucky you! I'm super envious.
Wonderful! Can't wait to see what you sow and grow.
what a fab little greenhouse. enjoy.
Ooh, that's what you call a greenhouse! Our garden is too small to have one, sadly. Margaret P
I'm a bit late to the welcome to your new home party...but good luck...all sounds very exciting...don't let Col overdo it though. x
Wow, you are a lucky one. I would love a greenhouse.God bless.
Love it now thats what i call a greenhouse , I have just changed the name of your new blog in my following list and its still directing me to your old one will have to have a play with it later xxx
What posh new accommodation, have fun!Lisa x
Can't wait to see all the plants in there. We've got a greenhouse for the first time this year and I'm very excited !