The beach hut gets a lick of paint

A weekend of great weather meant that a few things got done in the garden. Of course not everything makes a big difference – more compost was delivered and early mornings have been spent moving some of that. But the shed, at the back of the seaside garden (at the moment it looks like Rosslaire ferry port rather than Brighton seafront) has been painted.

In front of that, the hazel and hosta garden is just about done: the box cuttings are in, the hostas are just starting to appear, the deciduous azaleas are stirring, the daffs are up and the hazels are… well slowly swelling buds. And the bark path is down so it looks a bit more like a garden now. There is still a along way to go but I feel like I am getting there with this part of the garden.

 

 

 

 

 

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One Comment on “The beach hut gets a lick of paint”

  1. Anonymous
    April 13, 2020 at 9:53 am #

    Nice choice of colour – very seasidey!

    The garden in front will look wonderful as it grows; good combinations.

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