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Started by Sujatin Mar 5, 2015.
Started by Dharmavidya. Last reply by Padmaghosa Tony Danford Aug 26, 2010.
Started by Padmaghosa Tony Danford. Last reply by dean haywood Aug 16, 2010.
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A good idea. Also I'm just up the hill above the gorgeous Branklyn Garden :: so, when that re-opens, I can go and see what's flourishing there. Also (I gather from the previous house owner, who built this garden from scratch) the trainee gardeners there are more than happy to advise.
I'm re-visiting this group, having moved to a house with a wonderful garden. I'm going to have a huge amount of learning - and some work - ahead of me this year as there's so much I don't know - about plants, what's actually in the garden (and it may take a year to see what emerges), how to look after a pond, what will grow and thrive this far north. At the moment my garden activities involve feeding the birds, which are learning that I have a soft spot for them and are spreading the news!
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