If you have read my garden posts before, you'll know that our garden is wild and free.
We spent the past weekend working on the garden, but only on the boring bits… general tidying, replacing fence panels and collecting many, many apples. The weather was atrocious… cold with dark skies and driving rain through most of the weekend. There was even a mini tornado in our part of Essex on Sunday!
Because of this, I haven't had a chance to take any photographs in our own garden, so thought I would share some I took at the Eden Project, back in the summer.
I found the planting here so inspiring, and particularly loved the roses, sweet peas and wild flowers. We tried to grow sweet peas in our garden last year, but it wasn't very successful, the plants only produced a handful of flowers. I think we planted them too late, so we'll try again this year!
We spent time securing the garden at the weekend because we were expecting a new arrival. On Monday we adopted a puppy from the rspca. Mollie is only 9 weeks old but initial training is working well and I'm sure she'll become a lovely dog. I'll post some photos of her when I get a chance!
If you haven't visited recently, you'll notice I've changed the name of my blog. You can read more about that here.
Joining in with Annie's 'how does your garden grow'.