nature’s pace

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April 2008. As found on moving in, lots of patio and a small  lawn
Stalking a Cautious cat

April 2009. Rearrange Patio, introduce borders, do some planting, and put a hair sculpture over the drain lid
April garden 

May 2010. Almost getting some ground cover and some flowers to welcome me home from work

March. 2011. Add more garden furniture…. wait for plant growth
Morning light

April 2014. Enjoy the Easter sunshine and the last few years lf plant growth taking the borders to waste height. The dwarf trees (Acers) may stretch to near 6ft in another decade….
Spring in the garden

nature’s pace
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2 bits of lovely banter on “nature’s pace”

  1. Indigo Roth writes:

    Lovely garden, Wendy! I adore the hare! And those paving slabs scrubbed up nicely =) Indigo x

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  2. Scarlet writes:

    I haven’t got the patience with gardens… I’m very impressed with yours. I have inherited a china snail… it sits on my gravel, I have warmed to it.
    Sx

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