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Wet Ground

Posted: 25/04/2012 at 19:01

Thanks for the advice.  I feared I may need to get the ground prepared.  I'm not on a flood plain, but yes it can be quite damp in the summer too.  The garden does face north east so gets some sun in the morning and before noon (when we have some!)The recent warm, dry weather firmed and dried the very top layer - even to the point it appeared cracked, but go just a few millimetres down and the ground was still damp.  I think I will need to get someone to come and check it out for me as the current rain has turned it into a muddy 'filed' again.  Many thanks again.

Wet Ground

Posted: 24/04/2012 at 17:46

I am after some advice. My garden was re-turfed just over a year ago (before we boght the house) and the ground is permanently very damp. Someone suggested planting a couple of 'trees' of varieties which will help to take up a lot of moisture. The garden is approximately 5x5m. I would prefer to not have to dig up the turf and start over as I am partially disabled. Any suggestions greatfully received.

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