I’ve been cleaning and re-organising the house this week and while doing so I also had to clean out the garden shed. I’ve been putting it off all summer because it was a mammoth task but I needed the space so with Aiden’s help I knuckled down and got it done.
Now the garden looks like a rubbish tip but at least the house and shed are clean and organised! We only have to put up with it a few more days, until the real rubbish tip is open then I’m going to spend time cleaning the garden, emptying pots of old displays and cleaning everything that’s going to be stored over Autumn and Winter.
I’m not going to share pictures of the mess because quite frankly it’s boring and you don’t need to see it! I will, however, share with the new plants I’ve been sent to review, (post to follow with full details).
I emptied two stone pots, one which contained coriander that I never cooked with because I don’t like it and the other had my miniature rose in that Ant bought me for Valentine’s Day a few years ago. I’ve re-potted it in to a smaller pot and filled the stone pots with plants that will give colour through Autumn and Winter 🙂