Continuing the idea to show the garden’s development. I will include picture view or views of the garden from weekly photo(s), from various angles as I am able. I will, so far, only include the back garden as this is the garden in need of developing into a garden again.
It is approximately 24 metres (80ft) (revised) long and 9m (30ft) wide. There’s brick garage/store and wooden shed. With a greenhouse bottom end of garden which is over shadowed by next doors plum tree. There are flowering Cherry Tree and a Silver Birch Tree. With numerous shrubs. Aspect, north from the house.

Slow movement on the clearing of the garden. There’s a lot to do so it makes for hard to show the changes.

The regular long view of the garden towards the Spirea. Not much change except for the new growth that is continuing to break through. Also, continued attack on the Hebe!

PIC.1 – Long view.

Looking a little messy from the Hebe branches. However, there’s good soil and I’ve rescued a clematis from being destroyed, in fact I thought I had already dug it up, so its a bonus. Now to replace the fence panel on the left and on the right. The rest of the fence panels will be replaced but because there’s lots of shrubs, and there are two clematis growing very well on the left side of the fence, it’s going to need a bit more time before I can deal with such delicate plants

PIC.2 – Some of the branches from the overgrown Hebe awaiting shredding.
PIC. 3 – New area for planting showing some temporary pots of spring flowering bulbs.

The garden is looking uniform, overly straight lined, need some softening especially along the garage wall. I’ve got a few ideas for this but I don’t think I’m going to be doing too much this year.