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The'architectural' border.


The'architectural' border.

It isn't really, it just has rather large plants and shrubs in it! I've moved the 'ball' feature there as I didn't like it where it was.



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it looks Great :)

27 Mar, 2009

 

same as Jacque said, it looks great

28 Mar, 2009

 

Thank you - that's Cistus on the left, it has bright pink flowers in early summer. The middle one is a Kerria - I had a fight with it a few weeks ago and attacked all the dead stems. I won - but with some scratches and a huge pile of dead branches to clear up! Have you ever had to do this job?

28 Mar, 2009

 

i have two roses in the garden here, one in a pot , the other growing up the wall, the one at the wall is an eveil one lol im forever getting scratched by it

28 Mar, 2009

 

The most evil rose in the world is called 'Mermaid' and althoughit's a pretty pale yellow, it catches me every time! It's on the fence at the back of this border and I have to try to tie it back each year.

28 Mar, 2009

 

Have you done battle with the phormium on the right yet spritz?

28 Mar, 2009

 

I have pulled out the dead leaves, yes. And the Cortaderia. Not sure which one is worse! The leaves have to be thrown onto the grass and oh! what a mess to clear up! Oops! I forgot to feed them. :-(

28 Mar, 2009



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