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A Wild to Wonderful Garden – A Client’s Perspective

(4th blog in a series of 4) Cathy to revisit in Spring 2014 to review progress and to advise accordingly This is the final stage of the four blog/gardening project to change my pond area. Cathy and I set out to transform what was a dank and dreary pond area into a vibrant, colourful and seasonal area that would be attractive all year round. As readers of this blog will know, we stripped out the old heathers and weeds and planted the pond area with new heathers, sedums, hebes and spring READ MORE

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A Wild to Wonderful Garden – A Client’s Perspective

(3rd blog in a series of 4)   The plant/herb shopping trip stage of Lindsay’s Garden Pond Project   We are now three quarters of the way through our joint project on my garden pond area. Out with the dreary, weedy and uninspiring descriptors for my pond, and in with words such as enlightened, uplifting, inspiring, weed-free and eye-catching!     Herb & plant shopping Last Friday was the herb and plant shopping stage of my garden pond project. READ MORE

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