Tuesday, April 21, 2015

21/04/2015 Nigel has been digging up fir stumps from the old hedge. I cut the lawn and the edges. Busy day!!!

Maximum temperature 23C, minimum 6C.  30 km/h NE wind. Dry.
All photos other than the first one are taken at different neighbours. 














6 comments:

  1. That sounds like very hard work but rewarding to see them gone. Great photos, all so pretty. The macros of the flowers are gorgeous.

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    1. Thanks Denise it is hard work for him and there are still a lot to go!!! We have planted a new laurel hedge inside as the firs were dying. We now need to get the stumps out so we can put down a cover to stop the weeds. As fast as he finishes weeding it is back to the beginning again! Keep well Diane

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  2. Your garden looks really lovely. So many of our French neighbours didn't really take care of their gardens so a well tended one always stood out. Love the lilac and the bearded iris!

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    1. Our neighbours vegetable gardens probably take priority Craig but the they all have lovely gardens as well. The neighbour at the back yesterday told me that flowers were her passion :-) Hope you had a good trip and the hotel is as you expected. Diane

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  3. I second Denise. Now imagine working in an office from 9 to 5!...

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    1. José we would be missing the sun if we were in an office but the muscles may not be quite as sore or the back for that matter:) I have it easy compared to Nigel. Take care Diane

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