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Here goes the full on month of June Some more photos, hope you don't get bored and just to show the massive gaps... An Invitation to View Junw 2012. Ok,so here is the garden this morning. I could go through and put names on the plan...
weather and I've just come in from a whole day's digging. All the raspberry roots appear to be gone from my sun border but I discovered a new problem. My very mature Pampas grass is rotten to the core! I have to admit to being a little lazy about
insuafe they avoid the food i put out all together. ive seen one magpie attemtping to steal marbles from a hideous garden ornament the previous owners left and 2 pidgeons fighting to the point where one of them had to be caught and killed
ornaments that are sweet but ultimately a bit useless! and not to mention twee gifts like nail sets haha oh dear lord if you saw my dirty nails and calloused hands!!!!! Hi Guy's!! First day back at work today! n it nearly killed me!! They say don't take time
types of gardens e.g. I'd be interested in something along the lines of Geoff Hamilton's ornamental kitchen garden and Alys Fowler's edible garden. Thanks, it's a fab site Hello snarf. I'm pleased to hear that you're finding the plant database helpful
the summer, the grasses were starting to take over, so late autumn seemed the best time to take action. We emptied the water and dug out the plants, mud, silt etc and decided to replace the liner. We are now waiting for decent conditions to put the new liner
Find out how to combine annuals and perennials of varying heights in a 'wave' planting, in this practical video guide from Carol Klein.springMore planting advicePlant a bare-root rosePlant a shrubPlant a bare-root treePlant a fig tree