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My friends garden
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Living in the highlands makes an interesting place to grow vegetables as our growing time is only about four months  a year plus  being so high up we get clear sky's and lots of sun so protecting our gardens from frost and sun is a must, My friend Deborah lives on 2000 acres and uses tunnel gardens which I checked out this week when I visited her and they look amazing 

I also shared some photos of her place

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We have a lot of those tunnels in the UK too
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Truly amazing ... I love gardening too Smile Only have one small patch though and it's enough for me to be honest Smile
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What a beautiful place she has!!! YES...we have those here in the US too....we call them greenhouses!! My hubby has wanted one for AGES...but I keep talking him out of it b/c I KNOW who will end up taking care of it.....and I am NOT a gardener!!!! LOL
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I am not a gardener, I am in my head in fact I'm really good but not a chance in real life. I pretty much stick to lots of indoor plants and that works for me plus I have lovely plants when its snowing outside


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