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Swedish Community Garden day 1

October 24th, 2016

While Mr Chiots and I were driving to the Lacko Slott Castle , we passed a wonderful community garden and remembered to stop and stroll through on our way back to the highway. It was quite an amazing space, they were some plots that were simply gardens and some had beautiful little cottages on them. There were so many wonderful spaces, too many for one blog post, so I’ll break it into a few.
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Check back tomorrow for more of this lovely community garden in Sweden.

One Comment to “Swedish Community Garden day 1”
  1. Nebraska Dave on October 24, 2016 at 9:21 am

    Susy, The Swedish gardens really look nice. I hope that my little piece of land will some day look similar to those havens of peace. A small shed would be great on Terra Nova Gardens. It would not just be for tools but just a place to hang out with a small patio in front. It’s a goal of mine to get Terra Nova Gardens developed before I’m too old to do the heavy rock and patio block lifting. There’s few more years of heavy gardening left in me, then it will just be gardening until the end of life.

    Have a great Swedish Community Garden memory day.

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