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A Garden with House Attached by Sarah Warner Brooks

I love that it has provided me with wonderful food — some things I never knew existed, others I never want to try again. It has helped to restore my health, through a good fresh whole food diet, good exercise, being in the sun absorbing all the vitamin D that is healing to an MSsy body. Because of the garden I have written three books and won an award as a public speaker. A career as a garden writer fits in so nicely around everything I have going on. Back then I would have never seen it coming.

The garden has humbly grown from a few small in ground beds to 36 well organised raised beds that are completely sustainable for our family to meet our vegetable needs. We eat like kings. I have found a way to manage such a large garden with minimal effort, and Hubby the Un-Gardener helping with the digging and heavy lifting. The house itself has served us well, and I love living here. But a promise is a promise and with much reluctance, our house was listed on the market today.

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I am extremely grateful for the wonderful photos and drone videos taken of the property for the marketing of it. It is something I will always have — a moment in time when my garden was looking its absolute best after 10 years hard work. Check out here to view the listing and video: Hi Your posts and videos have been inspirational and a guide for me as a beginner to gardening, now in my 60s with a new section suitable to have an edible garden. I have learnt in life that you never know what is around the corner. Gardening in the last couple of years has brought me peace, so I hope you continue to be healthy and enjoy gardening and sharing it with others in this next phase of your life.

I wish you and your family all the best for the future and hope you keep us in touch with how you tackle your next garden… Thank you so much. Thank you so much for your kind words. Gardening will always be a part of what I do — I love everything about it.

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The new garden should be a really amazing project, but it will be incredibly sad to say goodbye to this one. Sorry to hear you are moving, Sarah, I love your story and your one-step-forward, one-step-back progress reports. I will certainly be following your blog wherever you go. It is a hard call. You make it sound relatively easy.


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I could not imagine leaving such an excellent garden and home, even for something better. It is good to hear that you are doing well with it, but I still can not imagine it.

I never recovered from leaving my previous home seven years ago. I have to admit I did shed a tear or two when writing this post. Like Liked by 1 person.

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Sarah, my heart goes out to you. It must feel a little bit like launching your child a bit before their time. Best of luck with the transition. New schools for the boys, a new garden for you, and fresh sea air for all of you. That is so sweet. There will of course be a new garden, but the good news is, it is still in the same community so the only thing changing really is our view. The boys will be still at the same schools.