Trip to GC., no plants bought, just grit, ericaceous compost and some MPC.
Sunny now, but cold, so I shall watch the cricket.
Best wishes to Mr. C, and hope you are coping Chicky. Not easy though.
It will look great in the end, so much better than straight lines.
Cold, grey and mizzly here, not a day for gardening.
I need grit and compost, re doing the alpine trough, so a trip to GC. Who knows what else I may come away with?
Have a good day everyone.
Too early for me, here.
You need to think about the borders edge adjacent to the pavement. You will have to be careful plants don't grow out over it, so you need to leave a sufficient gap, depending on what you are planting.
I don't sow mine till start of April, and I am in Sheffield, where I thought you were from Rosemummy.
Funny Hosta, I was thinking of that quote, when we started this discussion.
" Are you feeling lucky punk."
It looks a little odd, 2 curved areas, with a straight bit in between. I like what Verdun suggests.
Osmunda regalis, is beautiful too.
Not meaning to be rude, but Is it not Spring then?