Within a few months they managed to turn the pile of wood above into a base, frame and the side of a house:
Some beautiful details in the garden is the slate rill and shallow bee/bird bathing pool. Once water is running down it, it'll look really stunning.
There are also yew & willow screens which divide the garden from the highlands beyond. I've never seen Yew wood before, it is a lovely rich colour. The engineering students from Edinburgh university have created a mechanism for making them rotate, which is a sight to behold.
The plants are filling out a treat, but they need constant attention & watering. Trying to get them all to flower & reach their peaks just at the right time has meant a lot of moving plants in and outside.
The students have all worked really hard, especially in the last few weeks where quite a few of them have barely had a day off.
It was a very frantic day yesterday, finishing off some bits & pieces before loading up the truck with the garden and some of the larger trees.
With pretty limited resources and lots of hard work they have done an amazing job. I'm joining them down there later next week, which I'm super excited about. If any of you find yourselves at the show next week, come by and say hello.