Coastal Cottage House Tour

Gorgeous farmer's cottage in Norfolk which comes with it's own beach hut!

I'm loving the shelves and the log storage.




The garden

The beach hut, only a short walk away.

# Yellow Color Scheme Work On Project

blue grey yellow color scheme
Color name hex code RGB CMYK
Yellow #E3F208 227, 242, 8 6%, 0%, 97%, 5%
Olive #4F9305 79, 147, 5 46%, 0%, 97%, 42%
White Smoke #F8F8F5 248, 248, 245 0%, 0%, 1%, 3%
Saddle Brown #9E470B 158, 71, 11 0%, 55%, 93%, 38%
Lawn Green #8CBF07 140, 191, 7 27%, 0%, 96%, 25%

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Color name Hex Code RGB
Orange #E09F07 224, 159, 7
Sandy Brown #F8D665 248, 214, 101
Wheat #F1D8AA 241, 216, 170
Black #050404 5, 4, 4
Sandy Brown #EABF5E 234, 191, 94

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Color name Hex code RGB CMYK
Beige #f9f9ea 249, 249, 234 cmyk(0%, 0%, 6%, 2%)
Pale Goldenrod #e9e5b8 233, 229, 184 cmyk(0%, 2%, 21%, 9%)
Dark Sea Green #97a78a 151, 167, 138 cmyk(10%, 0%, 17%, 35%)
Cadet Blue #698561 105, 133, 97 cmyk(21%, 0%, 27%, 48%)
Silver #c0c1b5 192, 193, 181 cmyk(1%, 0%, 6%, 24%)
Olive Drab #697828 105, 120, 40 cmyk(13%, 0%, 67%, 53%)
Dark Olive Green #223112 34, 49, 18 cmyk(31%, 0%, 63%, 81%)
Dark Sea Green #789160 121, 145, 96 cmyk(17%, 0%, 34%, 43%)
Tan #d0c5a4 208, 197, 164 cmyk(0%, 5%, 21%, 18%)
Light Slate Gray #a2aebd 162, 174, 189 cmyk(14%, 8%, 0%, 26%)
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Color Name HEX Color Code RGB
Light Steel Blue #ACC0DC 172, 192, 220
Light Steel Blue #92AAC6 146, 170, 198
Dark Slate Gray #2E3F52 46, 63, 82
Cadet Blue #667FA7 102, 127, 167
Light Steel Blue #F2F3F5 242, 243, 245

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I had capture some images from google maps, i think there are beautiful and usable for my new project. I will try to use it for powerpoint presentation background. Order Photoshop editing service, find the cheapest LOL.. and remake it more beautiful

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Plants for Topiary

What is Topiary?
Topiary is an ancient art of clipping bushes and trees into decorative shapes. Plants can also be trained to climb up a frame resulting in symmetrical, neat shapes or animals.

What Plants Are Best For Topiary?
Privet is used in garden hedges.
  • Yew is a slow-growing evergreen. It can grow over 10 feet high and looks spectacular when trimmed into spirals with a hedge trimmer.
  • Box is ideal for small topiary.
  • Shrubby honeysuckle is a fast growing hedge.
  • Juniper is a hardy plant with dense leaves.
  • Bay trees can be trained into twisty stems and a neat clipped bush.

How Does Topiary Take Shape?
You will need a wire frame in the shape of your choice and a suitable pot. Place the frame in soil and plant something like box to start with as it is easy to maintain. The wire frames cna be simple like a circle or complicated like a dolphin. As the plant grows up the frame gently tease it in the right direction and clip only when the leaves are outgrowing the frame. Don't over do it!

Click on the pictures to go to the site.
These ducks look great flying across the water, not sure how they reach them to maintain, maybe by boat?

Ahhh, so cute, Donald looks fab.
Standard topiary balls and spirals look really classy.

A little bit scary or a lot of fun?

Children's Gardening Calendar

Jobs: Ask the children what plants they would like to grow for the coming season, show them pictures in plant catalogues and photos of the previous year's harvest to help them decide. Think about shady spots and the sunniest spots in the garden and try to plant according to those areas. You could even draw a plan for the garden, older children may like to use an online garden planner.
Sow: Strawberries and Sweet Pea - in the greenhouse
Make: Make plant labels. Make paper seed pots. Get the potting area ready. Make bird feeders.

Spring bulbs may be showing. This is a good time to explain about roots and shoots and how a bulb grows. Also the difference between seeds and bulbs.
Jobs:Mulch the garden, children will love using a wheelbarrow to move mulch around and dig in the garden.
Sow: Marigolds, Pansy, Cosmos
Make: Paint flower pots. Put up nesting boxes.

Jobs:Prepare vegetable patches ready for sowing seeds and planting seedlings.
Sow: tomatoes, sweet peppers, cucumbers, celery, aubergine and salads planted in a greenhouse. Plant onion bulbs in trenches. Sunflowers and beans. Sow into the ground: cornflowers, nasturtiums, radishes, carrots, peas and lettuces. 
Make: Make bird scarers.

Jobs: Dig up early potatoes.
Sow: Tomatoes and pumpkins
Make: sweet pea wigwams is a fun activity.

Jobs:The plants should be doing well, keep watering but not over watered. Water after 4pm and with a watering rose.
Thin any plants that are overcrowded.
Weed as necessary.
Transfer tomatoes and pumpkins out into the ground.
Plant out bedding plants such as violas, small areas can be transformed quickly.
Sow: Radish and spinach.
Clear an area for your butterfly pavilion and send off for your caterpillars and live butterfly garden.

Jobs: Preserve memories of the garden by drawing pictures of it, taking photographs and pressing flowers. Dehead plants that are dying to prolong their life, store any 'free seeds' in a paper bag. Vegetables may be ready to harvest late June.Train the sweet peas up their wigwam.
Make: Daisy chains.

Jobs: Pick fruit, store vegetables for autumn. Continue deheading and weeding. Plan next years garden. Store seeds.
Pick tomatoes and courgette regularly to enourage growth.
Make: A hedgehog hibernation box.

Jpbs: Cut off any unripe tomatoes and put on the windowsill. Start to clear the garden and prepare for winter.
Make: Make leaf mould for compost.
Sow: winter lettuce
Plant: spring bulbs such as crocus, daffodils and tulips.

Harvest: pumpkins
Make: Make pumpkin soup or pie. Pumpkin carvings
Sow: microgreens on a windowsill for indoor veg.
Jobs: Store and put away clean tools for next year.
Clean out nesting boxes.

Make: crafts with pressed flowers
Sow: indoor plants on windowsills, terrarium kits are good as they are fun for growing indoors.
Make: christmas decorations, collect holly, ivy, moss and fir cones for making wreaths and tree decorations.

How To Make A Winter Display Container

I had seen this planter in a garden centre and wanted to create something similar, so I picked up a 33cm lightweight pot from The Range for £1.99. It's going to be undercover so I didn't mind it not being terracotta. I thought it would be a nice for G to come home from school to and maybe make some plant markers to go with it.

 1. Make sure the pot has holes in the bottom. Put some broken tiles, in the base to help with drainage. I used the polystyrene packet that the plants came in. Good recycling too.

2. Work out what you going to plant and where it is going to go. I tried the dwarf conifers in the large pots first but they looked a little silly so planted them up in the medium pots. I also planted pansies around the edge, about 6-8 per pot.

Just need to brighten up the top of this area more, maybe some wall art? And what can go in the large pot, I was thinking of a nice dark red phormium.