Thank you PG you are so kind.There's lots more when i can be bothered to get out the box brownie.I dont have much garden realy it,s just a council house we had been allocated to us when we came back from mexico,after we were ripped of by a lawyer out there.But however like all good british people,and i do not mean that in any biased or predjudise way,you just get up and brush your self down and move on.
I had the house handed to us and stepped outside into the garden ( as the house did not interest me ) and the council had been in with stimmer,s and blitzed everything right down to the ground,not a blade of grass was left standing.
However i was very greatfull that they gave us a house at all,but my eyes lit up when i saw the woods at the bottom of the garden as i am a lover of nature " yes including the grey squirrels".I knew that everything else was irrelavent.Due to the nature of the ground which is realy heavy clay it has been landscaped by myself twice now.I had lawn and boarders first,but it saturated throughout the winter.It was then i decided to rip it up and start again,this time i chose to hard lanscape the garden,which was to be constructed using a selection of gravel some york stone and decking and included a water feature and a couple of borders. this is softened with the use of various pots and types of mixed flowers for the bees and butterflies,but alsonot forgetting my tropical plants.Friends are asking me if they can come on their holidays here lol.
sorry about that,dont i go on.