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marginal plants are what you need,I have kingcup marshmarigold,reeds,water iris.watermint,plants that live near edge of ponds .
I must go down to the shed again,
the lonely dark and damp shed,
I left my fork and shovel there,
I left them there with out care
and my hubby will go spare!
got a lot of good seeds going cheap there and a nice rose climber,not the best,but not bad.
6 months before you can use it but you could store it in a little corner.
I would like to catch the litter lout who drops is can of coke and fag packet out side my house every day because I would follow him home and dump the lot in his home and make him read the warning on the packet.
you have to have the right soil for Herbs,think about where they come from,hot dusty country to a wet cold soggy climate,no wonder they despair! I have very bad soil for herbs,so best to grow in pots with a good compost and drainage,because if you have clay soil they wont like it and if the weather is cold if they are in pots you can bring them in.
I think forget about doing anything to the lawn the chickens will do that plus make a dust bath,but they are worth it,bless.
plant everlasting sweet peas,dug up some yellow celandines growing in the wrong place,water new plants,potted Camellia into new big pot and then turned blue with the cold,me that is.
some one who enjoys gardening no matter what .