potting shed


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potting shed

a building in which plants are set in flowerpots and in which empty pots, potting compost, etc., are stored
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The theatre ship MV Fitzcarraldo will be the venue for The Potting Shed events on the third Friday of each month.
It's also good to see that Steve and his potting shed are not shoved in a corner but are a focal point in the garden.
Cannabis-smoking Joe called radio's Beechgrove Potting Shed to ask them for tips on growing his pot plants not the rubber ones, the ones you roll up and light.
Ideal for jotting down reminders about cutting, sowing, catalogue ordering and things to do in the potting shed, they make useful at-a-glance aids for busy bees.
A SUMMERHOUSE can be customised to suit every need from a play hut for the kids to a home office, romantic retreat or deluxe potting shed.
THE Batley-based Potting Shed Spa picked up the prize for Beauty Salon of the Year, for the second time running, at the Professional Beauty Awards 2013 in London last week.
IF some of you haven't been listening to the Beechgrove Garden Potting Shed on Radio Scotland, you might want to start now.
As former prison governor Helen Stewart, the Scots star created controversy last year with a scene in which she and prisoner Nikki Wade had a passionate embrace in the jail potting shed.
Bright flowers and plants also adorn the flower beds surrounding the cafe thanks to the hard work of the railway volunteers and adults with learning and physical disabilities based at Pottergate Pantry and Pottergate Potting Shed, day services run by the council.
And we'd forgo the potting shed experience for a proper chat.
Ron Strangwood (pictured), his wife Christine and son Matthew launched The Potting Shed, which specialises in wrought iron accessories for the garden and terracotta pots.
Green-fingered experts from the Beechgrove Garden TV series will be there including Jim McColl, as will Radio Scotland's Potting Shed team.