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Jo-Anna Gardening Projects: Have you recently re-designed your garden? Are you looking for some ideas or help with garden design? Are you really proud of what you have achieved?...
Well we want to hear from you. We know that gardening is one of the most popular hobbies in the UK and that all the hard work, blood, sweat and tears is incredibly rewarding. You should be proud of your achievements and we invite you to share with others what you have achieved and how you achieved it.
Here at Jo-Anna Cottage Plants we love to re-cycle. Wood, containers, you name it, we will recycle it and we think we make a good job of it too. As soon as we get a moment we will be sharing some of our own projects and many there have been in particular with the humble scaffold board! So let's hear your stories, even your nightmares if you don't want to see other people repeat them!
Disasters or Perfection, we want to hear and see them all. Let us laugh, cry and smile together.... just complete the form below with your story and pictures... as simple as that....
Are you working on a garden project? Do you have a wonderful garden you would like to show off? We are looking for your garden projects to help others get ideas. Please do share your stories here and upload photographs as well.
If you have any questions about any gardening issues then let us know here. You can even upload photographs to help you explain. No question is silly and you may help other people who are looking for help as well...
Jan 28, 15 08:27 PM
Plants delivered in freezing conditions page shows you what to do if you order arrives when it is freezing
Nov 11, 14 07:51 PM
Plants and Dormancy explains why perennials die back in the winter and what to expect. Also discuss frosts, temperature zones and care of plants during dormancy.
Oct 12, 14 07:53 AM
Plants for sandy soil gives you a list of plants suitable for this type of often acidic soil with links to my plant encyclopedia for further info