The garden is finished! Look at all that lovely bare soil just begging for some plants. Now we can get on with the best bit. I’ll try to keep posting photos regularly once I start the planting but it might be slightly more erratic since the planting may be done in fits and starts. But anyway I’ll keep you posted on how it’s coming along.
I want to sneak in with my spade and some plants! Tee hee!
Isn’t that a rare sight – an empty garden :-)
Wow – that looks fantastic. Now for the best bit!
Super plot there!
Can you give an idea of the size of one of the beds? Thanks!
Yooohoooo! I love it :)
It looks FABULOUS!!! Yeah!! You must feel so proud. Can’t wait to see all the beautiful veggies and such!!
This series of posts has been so cool! I couldn’t wait to see the finished project. You should post before and after pictures so we can remember what it used to be like, and be jealous of you for the awesome setup you have now!
That looks great, makes me want to go out and plant things! Looking forward to seeing it flourishing in the summer.
SO worth the wait … enjoy!
Thanks everyone. I went out and bought some plants today so the planting will start in earnest tomorrow – weather permitting!
Beautiful and exciting! It was worth waiting for it.
Congratulations! I’ve been following along, and it’s so exciting to see the new potential!
It just snowed another two feet here today, bringing the total to 10 feet (a 30 year record). Yesterday I awoke to temperatures of -32. To say I am jealous would be an understatement of epic proportions.
Cool! So inviting… You must be excited!!
Bare soil is just so mouth-watering! I cannot resist the urge to PLANT!
wow ! wow ! wow! that looks so great those landscapers are real pro’s.
Will be very interesting to watch the transformation from Great looking but stark to Great Looking and colorful
is that all you get from 10 grand and change?
The total cost of the landscaping was Â£6,800.
What great plot design to gain access to your vegetables in all four corners of your garden. We tried the same thing last year in a slightly different way but with great success. All we need now is sun
You\’ve got it in one. Couldn\’t have put it bteter.
hi, love it and have started a garden too. what’s type of gravel did you use?