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Sounds brilliant. Look forward to hearing more.
I promise that I shall wear something to blend in, so we can all focus on the matter in hand.
By way of nothing at all I have a single male mallard on my pond this morning, which is lovely but seems unlikely to lead to ducklings!
Get on with it then Verdun. I am very interested having quite a bit of empty ground at the moment.
Verdun, you need curry. I think the one with onions is a Dopiaza. Chicken Tikka starter, Dopiaza and naan bread, washed down with either alcoholic ginger beer, or a nice single malt, depending on your poison. That works for me everytime. Sending you some get well vibes
Looking at that wonderful list makes me think you are going to ned more than 25 by 3!
Inky blue irises...
Just in from work Verd-need some time to peruse.....
Hebes or choisya for structure all year and for repetition throughout?
Notice you sneaked in a couple of hellebores there- you little devil..
Sounds OK to me. When is he available to plant up? I will have to look most of them up as I've only ever bought plants I like the look of and never knew their names.
I'll get my coat.
..with all those lovely plants I'm not sure Verdun needs my advice, but I have a border with similar dimensions and have planted it up this way. Two plants that stand out for me are Lavender angustifolia and Stipa Gigantea and I wouldn't want to be without those... the Lavender in particular are quite imposing I think, even without flowers... I hope you like it, anyway, even though we all have our own ideas with these things and one person's taste is not another's...