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an old ceramic sink that I turned into a stone trough...will be used this autumn for alpines
well it sounds great. A sunny side and shady side.
perhaps a ph test is first thing......to see what you can or cannot grow. then think about structure....the evergreens....to build your garden around. Do you want a fruit and veg patch, a pool, a paving area? Whatever,,it's all exciting stuff to think about, plan and build.
back to phone camera
canna tell you Edd
...in aussie land again or its this lager
For those not liking grasses look away now. you're missing something though.....the sound of rustling grasses on a quiet day like today is magical
calamagrostis Overdam and Morning Light. Heleniums foreground and background.
Bandita, agree with the others. Dont worry for now. You will quickly learn how various plants grow and spread and then you can lift them,,move them and divide them.
Close planting eventually is a big no for me....best to give plants space to give off their beauty.
Less, less, less for me TheGardenGoblin.
i know aquilegias are greatly cherished but they are weeds as far as I am comcerned. Wont have any in the garden.
they all seed so,,as Nut said, keep an eye out for them.
Edd, a few years back I persuaded the local gc manager to get stocks of oxalis triangularis. he agreed with me it was an exciting plant...he hadnt heard of it.
i planted it out ....removed it the following year. Not overrun but the odd piece appears now and then and I dig it out.
Hostafan that sounds like good progress
how about a hosta thead featuring pics of hostas?
Hanging hostas? Lot of watering? Can you see foliage? Slug free?
have a great day out tomorrow Runny
brighter now and very warm