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Moving house end August

Posted: 12/07/2013 at 18:47

Thank you everyone for your comments. Oh I forgot to mention there is a small multiflowering scented white ramberling rose which is 6 ft tall and in full flower now. Not sure what it's called. It will have finished flowering when I move. I have tried to take cuttings.  Have spoken to the people who are buying my house so they know what I am removing garden wise. 

Moving house end August

Posted: 12/07/2013 at 08:17

Clearing c

Posted: 12/07/2013 at 08:09

Hope to move house  soon and want to dig up medium sized shrubs which have sentimental value to me. Includes wigelia , lilac, red current, clematis, rodadendrum . They are about 2/3 foot tall and max 3 ft wide. Are they too big to dig  up? I am not going  to attempt it till nearer the time will be probably be nearer end of August . 

Clearing c

Posted: 12/07/2013 at 07:58

Wilderness

Posted: 11/11/2012 at 17:26
I agree with all of the above and if you wanted to make the narrowness look wider try different types of path materials which winds from right to left and goes all the way to the end of of garden. That way it will be more interesting and you may find you want to divide it into separate areas to show off different types of plants. One area could have a water garden , nature area, just flowers or a mixture of all. Pots would a good idea as you could move these around if you get bored of the display or if it doesn't look right. Above all experiment and have fun with your own personal space.

Garden aspects. N,S,E,W? Which is best?

Posted: 11/11/2012 at 16:48
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Moving house end August

I want to dig up med size plants and shrubs . I know its not the ideal time and I have tried to take some cuttings . Rodadrendrom, , lilac wigelia .  
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Clearing c

 
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Garden aspects. N,S,E,W? Which is best?

Possible north facing, not over looked by tall buildings, low hedges,fences, but on a hill. No trees. 
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Last Post: 17/11/2012 at 11:10
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