A few old decorative urns, awaiting final placement when the vegetable garden is completed (this may be a year or two away). In the mean time they look decorative and hold a lemon tree and a bay tree.
I have two of these Victorian wire work planters which I luckily found in one of my favourite stores, The Vintage Rose in Launceston, Tasmania. I have various herbs planted in them.
This is a rare English rhubarb forcer which I received for Christmas one year. It is about to be put to use when I plant my rhubarb.
This is one of our latest projects which started this weekend. These are French garden tiles which I bought recently from our store (see previous post). In this garden bed we have an espalier lemon tree against the fence and plan to plant rhubarb (which I have in pots at the moment).
Harvested beetroot in an old English garden trug. We have almost sold out of these in the store but plan to find more on our next buying trip.
I plan to espalier this fig tree which is also currently in a pot. I would love to know if anyone has done this to a fig tree or can see a reason I shouldn't try it?
This poor artichoke is also in a pot! He is awaiting his own garden bed as I believe artichokes can take up a lot of room...