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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"My favourite thing to do in the garden is to plant the plants I have grown in my potting shed. It gives me a boost to see other residents and family members enjoying my hard labour."
A FIREPIT sports bar and smokehouse restaurant will be on the basement floor, the Potting Shed bar will be on the ground floor and above that will be a rooftop garden terrace.
And as it's the season to be jolly, head down to The Potting Shed for live music alongside the taste of the delicious and creative cocktails on offer at the venue.
The cafe, which was approved by Liverpool Council in 2016, is currently being built on the site of the former potting shed at the park's Greenbank Road entrance.
This time, though, people will have to venture into the atmospheric darkness of the potting shed to appreciate the work of his successor.
It will be three days before you see results and within two to four rainproof create an all-weather potting shed to used in the allotment.
As part of Morrison Construction's community benefits scheme, three TIGERS (Training Initiatives Generating Effective Results Scotland) apprentices created a path through the garden and a raised perimeter around the potting shed.
Foodies are looked after too with pop-up street food vendors, gourmet gifts and homemade cakes from the lovely Potting Shed Cafe.
<B If you're truly hooked on shed chic, the Posh Shed Company has a desirable range, including its handsome Potting Shed, from PS2,500
This most certainly has not just been a few allotment-goers holed up in a dreary old potting shed with nothing but a few carrots for company.
There is an insulated summer house and potting shed, both with lighting and power.