But the finish work that I've started is may favorite part. I do almost wish it could go slower so I have more time to enjoy it. It's the largest handy-man project I've ever tackled. I've built fencing, decking, shelving, a copper fountain, planter boxes, a ten-foot-long picnic table, a potting bench, the vertical garden frame, and much more. It seems all the skills developed from those projects gave me the confidence to start this one.
|Windows came from our attic. Door was originally part of the house but was in the garage when we moved in 15 years ago.|
|Four ceiling panels on the west side are clear panels for light. You barely can see them. I think its the same material Wonder Woman's plane is made of.|
|Even the view from inside to outside is fetching.|
|The rest of the garden cannot be ignored, especially with Open Gardens on Thursdays and a bus tour coming through. Thankfully, my minion has done a good portion of the gardening this year.|
|The vertical garden is doing okay. Lost about one third of the winter hardy succulents over the long, harsh winter. New hens & chicks plugs seem to be coming in fine.|
|It's like climbing a wall three inches at a time.|
|Diamond pattern grass and pavers got edged with alternating hosta and heuchera in the back row. I may end up putting some hosta in the left squares nearest the shed.|