Monthly Archives: September 2018

Spring Tidy Up

According to the neighbour we had around 12mm of rain overnight. The morning looked something like this ↑ at one point, and then did this ↓ .  That’s our Amazing Albany! The back garden has been tidied up quite a bit … Continue reading

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Edges

By default, this post is about edges. It’s a bit of an update on how the wormwood hedge is going and my interim water saving measure for the impending summer ahead. Wormwood Hedge Long term readers may remember my various … Continue reading

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Spring Convulsions

There is nothing quite like the impetus garnered from knowing that the warmer weather is coming, to get you cracking on jobs around the garden. And I can tell you there is no shortage of jobs – evident from the … Continue reading

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