Posted: 18/04/2015 at 16:07
What ho one and all,
Another glorious day in paradise!
When we built the house, part of the drainge plan was a shallow ditch, meandering to a pond at the back of the garden. This would be a 'Japanese style' dry gravel 'stream' but would take water from one section of the roof when it rains.
As such, it does what it is supposed to do. However, over the intervening years, the 'stream' has filled with earth and other organic debris to the extent that now weeds an moss are happily growing.
I don't want to dispose of the gravel but what would be the best (easiest) way to clean it and try to reduce the amount of soil that has accumulated?
Toodle pip and thanks