I really enjoyed you garden pics, and its inspired me.
I am not allowed to build a structure on my urban block where I would like to.
So I have been day dreaming recently about making a LIVING structure, and trying to find ways of turning trees into sheds, or covered gatehouse or verandah etc.
So your deadwood huts and frames have encouraged me to think LONG TERM and make the living structure from vines over trees or such. All possible just need to be patient, design well and stay patient.
Wow, I just love the rustic-city! and calm your garden, and there appeared to be something familiar.
Then i noticed you from France, then the Ah Ha, that's it, I have enjoyed the rustic lavish French garden style for years, and now your garden. Thank you for sharing, despite these pics being years ago.
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Thank you for your inspirational post encouraging people to show their gardens. I’m based is Essex in the UK. This is a video of life on my two organic allotments that I’ve had for about 7 years. At the moment I’m experimenting with a mandala permaculture design that’s working well. I shall post some pictures soon.
What a great time to see this thread! Missing warm sunshine and in the waiting for true winter. Thinking of Spring and seed catalogs arriving in the mail, new chicks and sprouts. Here’s a few pix of our current location and the little garden I made in April. Started out with a rocky pasture with hard packed soil. Built up with a no till bed- cardboard and soil/compost mix and 2 loads of wood chips. I was greatly and pleasantly surprised at how beautiful it was! There wasn’t much rhyme or reason to anything so there were flowers and all kinds of herbs (new and old that I had dug up and brought with me) and lots of veggies. First ever watermelon- sugar babies- did great meandering through everything. It was a great season! I still have lettuce and chard and spinach under row covers and a sheet that still give us a salad now & then. 20’s some nights so won’t probably be much longer anymore.
Merry Christmas everyone!