Walled Garden Restoration Project

A friend and I started there yesterday and are going back on Tues.

We will volunteer 2days a week to this wondeful interesting project.







  • What a great thing to do, I would enjoy that if I wasn't so far away and didn't have to go back to wor!
  • scotkatscotkat Posts: 196

    And it opens again to the Public in end of March.

  • Where is it Scotkat??

  • scotkatscotkat Posts: 196

    Glamis Castle

  • Bit of a long run from here, have visited some years ago now, but when we do go back I'll look out for you!image

  • Gardengirl..Gardengirl.. Posts: 3,674

    Scotkat that is good nice to see when all your hard work is showing, bit far away from here as well.

    Going the volunteering gang that is good, I do voulunteering at my local train station it is rewarding when you see a difference.

    What sort of thing do you have to do?

  • SalinoSalino Posts: 1,609

    ..please give an extra feed to Rose 'Albertine', it was the Queen Mother's favourite, apparently...

  • scotkatscotkat Posts: 196

    I will remember that.

    Today we were in the glasshouse it was nic ewith sun streaming in I was sowing many seeds.

    My friend was doing her painting names on nice wooded tags.

    Then we moved a lot of plants into the cold frames.

    Tues I have herb seeds to sow.

    And a lot of watering.

    Once we start to see things change I shall upload photos of the project.

    We have a friendly robin comes into the pottign shed he came on my head today and just sat close by.











  • Gardengirl..Gardengirl.. Posts: 3,674

    What a lot you have been doing, seed sowing is enjoyable I think- do you like sowing seeds?

    Robins are gardener friends I sometimes see one near me in my garden

    photos sound good

  • scotkatscotkat Posts: 196

    I am feeling tired tonight but its wonderful to stand back and see what had been done.

    Yes I get many robins in my own garden Gardengirl.



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