forget-me-not blue shed

IMG_1805A new plot-holder adjacent to me not only erected an identical shed to mine, but then painted it the very same shade of deep blue (newly painted last year here). So as mine was looking dingy after the dark wet winter months, with green algae creeping in, I decided to repaint it today in another colour. So here it is freshly liveried in forget-me-not blue. It was rather tricky getting behind the espalier apple tree…

About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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5 Responses to forget-me-not blue shed

  1. Such a pretty colour and very sympathetic compared to darker blue. I wonder how long it will take your neighbour to follow suit!

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    • Ruthie says:

      Thank you. Yes, I prefer it too so the new neighbours actually did me a favour :0) Delightful people I should say – and after my own heart keep rabbits for which (whom?) they grow lots of carrots!

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  2. Rachel says:

    Looks lovely and fresh!

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  3. A case of copy cat blues. This lighter colour will glow at dawn 🙂

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  4. Arpy Shively says:

    New neighbour with shed envy obviously admires you greatly. To really test this out, next time go for something like Dirty Mango or – this is really daring – Glaring White. If your colour cloner responds in kind, it’s possible he’s admiring more than your Golden Gooseberries.

    Love your blog…I can play Fantasy Allotment Keeper here!

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