The view from the end of the garden . . .
I have got most of my roses in now, just two more to go when I have decided where (probably the side garden which is just grass (or rather, mossy "lawn"!) Tess of the D'Urbervilles is in a big planter to the side of the front door. I was left another red rose in a planter so that will be along the front wall a few feet to balance things out. I can't wait for the garden centres to open again!
Today we are taking back a car full of flatpack moving boxes back to the Removal company - I would prefer someone else had the use of them (even though it means the company can charge for them twice!!) Anyway, I have my chiro appt. and between both, will go and collect potted plants from my old garden which have been in storage with a neighbour. This almost constitutes "a day out" . . .