Last weekend, I decided enough was enough with a horrid old sandpit of doom that lay resident in our back garden. It was a place of spiders, cat poops, green stuff and a whole colony of mini beasts that nore I or Finlay cared to befriend. (see left photo below)
After some much needed attention with top soil, compost and herb & lettuce plants I had me a herb garden!
I painted some rocks bright vivid colours, painted the herb names on and covered in a layer of modgepodge to weather proof them. I love how it turned out - AND so far, the local cats haven't used it as a poopbox!
Ben also planted up some potato and vegetable growing bags.
I can't wait for the mini heart shaped tomatoes to grow! <3
And in other spring-like-news our cherry tree has bloomed!
It is by far the most beautiful thing in our garden (that and the peony bush) I love its pale pale pink blossoms that are almost translucent in the light. Against the blue summer clouded sky they look almost angelic!
Spring always makes me feel so refreshed.
I love Autumn and spring. The most transitional seasons always seem to inspire me.