Random thoughts from Pencefn

…. an engineer, singer and photographer living in Scotland

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Project Garden Update – 2 July 2016

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After a glorious sunny May and a wet June the garden is thriving.

The front garden is full of colour, with the raised bed blooming.

Front Garden

Front Garden
2 July 2016

Honeysuckle flower

Honeysuckle flower
2 July 2016

Yellow Rose

Yellow Rose
2 July 2016

In the coming weeks, we are getting the drive widened, to make it easier to get out of cars without standing on the grass. At the same time the area around the tree is going to become an extension to the shrub bed.

Grass marked out for drive widening and extended bed.

Grass marked out for drive widening and extended bed.
2 July 2016

Around the back the bedding plants are providing a colourful display.

Colour in the back garden

Colour in the back garden
2 July 2016

The vegetables and fruit are thriving. On one side the peas and broad beans now have pods.

Broad Beans

Broad Beans
2 July 2016

At the back of the garden, the second pulling of rhubarb is ready, with the raspberries and blackcurrants showing promise.

Blackcurrant bush laden with berries

Blackcurrant bush laden with berries
2 July 2016

Author: Stewart

An instrumentation engineer who enjoys photography and singing. Working in the West of Scotland; a member of St Mary's Cathedral Glasgow and Southwark Cathedral; and a volunteer guard/signalman on the Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales.

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