At the back of La Petite Maison there’s always been a rather scruffy lean to, which over the years, had become a dumping ground for old beams, broken rotovators, bales of straw and was rather overgrown with brambles and elder.
You can see its overgrown glory here:
I managed to kill off the elder and the brambles, only to discover a massive pile of stones, these have now been distributed all around the garden as edging for borders and a rockery.
6 tons of calcaire (limestone), a trip to the garden centre and some panelling, all done!
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