I had a couple of bulbs in there waiting to be planted for a while, and they started sprouting so I finally planted them, but the shed absolutely reeks of garlic now, anyone got any tips on how to get rid of the smell? I’ve had the doors open all day a few times to no avail. Any ideas?!
Could you put some dried herbs in there in the hope that a few bunches of those absorb the smell? Lavender and lemon balm are both good if you have them…
Very, Cadfael! My fave! Just watch out for wolfsbane!!!
‘Love the frock’, citizen, but it may be a bit warm for this turn in the weather. A great shed, eh what? Greetings to you and Shrewsbury - I am on the directly opposite side of Lichfield Diocese (i.e. in East Staffs). Walked from you to Lichfield years ago. Greetings and best wishes.
Don’t quite understand the aroma - we always have cloves in the kitchen and, until it gets crushed , can’t tell it’s there.
TRY FABREEZE!! or Neutrodol!
Yes, I don’t really understand it either, maybe the smell’s been absorbed into the wood somehow? It’s less strong now anyway. Still want to do the dried herbs thing though. Still, I mourn the loss of the ‘new shed’ smell of fresh pine wood.