Glebe have installed a lovely reading garden which will be a pleasure to
use once the weather gets warmer. It is planned to have a solar powered water feature in the centre.
We have planted blue and white clematis around the outside, and look forward to seeing this grow up the trellis work.
We have made a start on the Wildlife garden and Mrs Bannister has erected a willow dome, which is a great addition
to the area. We just have to wait for the leaves to grow!
Mrs Bannister and Mrs Hampshire
have also made time to overhaul the existing pond garden. We hope to be planting a water lily and maybe
other fringe plants on the edge of the pond, and re-build the slope to allow pond life to exit the water without difficulty.
It is a really exciting time to be involved in the making of these gardens, and I know that Mrs Bannister is grateful
for any unwanted plants that she can grow on. These can be for the vegetable garden, eg. excess seedlings/plants,
strawberry runners and/or plants that will attract bees and butterflies for the wildlife garden.