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CluelessGardener

Hello everyone 

I shall be collecting leaves today, tomorrow if the weather is still dry be painting my shed.

I've started to clear the front garden slowly but only up to the brambles as I want to leave as much overgrown area for the winter as possible for the wild life.

 

 

James 

KEF

Hi James, good to see you, how are you?

KEF
KEF wrote (see)

Hi James, good to see you, how are you?

 

Posted that before I saw James' blog post.

 

CluelessGardener

Just painted my shed 

Brrrrr it was chilly but dry 

 

 

James

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nutcutlet

I've been moving last seasons shreddings at 5 barrow-loads a day from the heap under the pine trees to put on top of the horse droppings on  a new piece of garden. There's quite a large area, formerly completely covered by 2 laurels which tried to take over the world. I excavated a few barrow-loads of brick and concrete rubble, the odd unidentified lump of metal and some broken asbestos sheet, spread the droppings and now the shreddings. I can plant that up soon.

Then some more sticks for another heap of shreddings

Woodgreen wonderboy

I started 2 new shady borders last spring and went for foliage plants, including pulmonarias, lamium, heuchera, erythroniums, trilliums, dicentra. Kept up interest, even now. Looking forward to spring flowers in them.

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