and started to put recycle bins for plastic, glass and paper in the little shed.
Not really pretty to look at,
so I made a patchwork curtain from left over fabrics.
I've been enjoying Alys Fowler's ' Edible garden' on telly a lot.
And we've decided our miniature city garden could be an edible one too.
So we have planted an apricot, two apple (Elstar and Cox pippin) and a pear tree.
Gnome curtains for the bigger shed, what will be our place to sow seeds in little pots.
Could not resist to put some Poppy's in.
(And not visible on photo but in our soil:
Lettuce, beets, herbs, kale, sweet corn, rhubarb, artichokes, peas, courgettes, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, lavender, olive tree, carrots and sunflowers. Oh, and to make our edible garden pretty some clematis climbers and wild flowers to cut).
Boy, we have been busy!