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David - I agree with fidget. That's a lovely set of pix
Do you remember his concrete rocks?
How many people nowadays would make something like that? Yet it was such a simple idea.
I'd probably do it right enough!
It looks like Cerastium, Deb - or snow in summer. As the name suggests it has lots of white starry flowers through summer. It can be quite invasive in some gardens but it's useful ground cover.
Tracey - another way of dealing with a long border is to plan a smaller one - say a couple of metres - and then repeat it. It gives continuity and stops it looking bitty. You may have to alter a few plants here and there - for instance if some of the border is mostly in shade and some is mostly in sun, but there are also plants that can cope with those extremes.
Plenty left - think those naughty boys are watching rugby or the Olympics just now so we should be safe for a while.....
It's ok fidget - I talk a good game. I fixed the loo, and after going to the bank and the nursery I did a washing, so I've done my bit for today...
Another cuppa sounds good Dove
It's raining here Barbara - I should be doing something productive indoors but you know how it is - tea and a comfy seat beckon
Have some cake fidge.
Working on Saturdays - I remember that all too well
I'm sure there's ironing or some sort of housew**k needs doing but....