Scorching hot weather this week - and ground I had to pick axe throughout - but refreshing rain just as soon as I had finished all the brickwork - PERFECT TIMING!
This one is the popular "Tim" option - built from accoya and measuring 4m long by 3.5m wide with a 2m wide porch.
That's the base done. I'll return in a couple of weeks or so with the completed top and all the glass and shelving.
THANK YOU so much everyone who supported my marathon run for Ethan. It was hoped that a few thousand would be raised for Welsh Air Ambulance and Young Minds charities - but at the last count £75,000 raised.
You'd have thought I'd won judging by this picture. I was actually near to the last - but what a welcome from the folks in St Asaph.
I hope all is well with you and you’re enjoying the sun.
When we last spoke in the winter when you completed our greenhouse, I promised that I would send some photos of the complete patio path area and flower beds around the greenhouse. Most of the flowers you see are grown from seed and bulbs from the greenhouse so it’s already providing some yield, and although not in full bloom yet it’s certainly giving a taste of what it’ll look like in the height of summer.
Thank you again for all your amazing work Robin. We absolutely love our greenhouse and it very much completes our garden.
I had a great time at Paul and Debbie's this week building a "Jill" greenhouse on top of the base I'd struggled to build on their sloping ground. The weather was fantastic so I just plodded on each day - before returning home for one evening after the autovents I had ordered months ago eventually turned up (****** Brexit!).
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