The first job was to tackle the path to the shed and compost bin. Grasses, Knautia macedonia and Corylus had flopped over the path so I had to step over/ duck under while trying not to slip on leaves. Then I had to fight through Lonicera nitida by the shed. Not anymore; I now have a clear path and the heart on the shed is straight.
I am thinking of some big change; possibly removing some shrubs, reshaping the lawn and growing some vegetables. I'm still thinking about it.
|Crocus tommasinianus 'Whitewell purple'|
The front garden is tiny. I planted it with seedlings and cuttings from the back garden after it was redesigned a few years ago These are taking now taking over. I've removed some of the Aquilegias and Linaria. I'll remove more later.