~ a gardening and allotment notebook
That's a wonderful display - what is that rooster made of?
mmm more rooster?
That's what I like to see a small area asbsolutely packed with goodies. A template for my garden next year hopefully.
Wow - so THAT'S what a victory garden looks like!ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Voila! Smacks of 'community' those dig for victory gardens.
Very, Very clever. I like the Victory Garden and even the bomb shelter. Perfect choice for the letter V.
Hello Anna - I love those shots - we went to the Gardeners World Show in Birmingham a while back and there were some similar stands there too - so much detail - thanks for sharing - Jane
Love it! Very charming post :)
It looks like a delightful flower show—something for everyone.LindaABC Wednesday Team
What a wonderful little garden, packed to the rafters with goodies. There's so many ideas to inspire at garden shows.
Oh I do like the look of that showgarden - looks idyllic although given the context it probably shouldnt!! Thanks for sharing
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Yep. I'd have to agree. This looks so fun and inspirational. I love vintage.
Oh I love it and i want some of those posters for my kitchen :)
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