Flowers, Trees, Lawns, Infrastructures, Maintenance & anything else!
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I have split my Snowdrops up into several more clumps, it is amazing how quickly they have multiplied. Gave my small grasses in pots a haircut and planted some Lily of the Valley.
It is the first time I have been able to get out and do things with the bad weather. Hopefully I will soon be able to plant my potatoes and I also have some Aubritia (sp) to go in too.
Anyone else been out in their garden today?
It was nice and sunny while I was eating lunch - not so tempting afterwards, so I didn't.
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I didn't get into the garden yesterday as it rained on & off all day. We did get out on Sunday & have to say it makes you feel a whole lot better with a bit of sun on your face! We are still on "project re-vamp" of the garden. We will eventually get turf put down but at the moment we have new patio down, some new path & then the old patio (where the lawn will be) so it looks like a concrete jungle!!! But am gradually getting plants put in.
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