House Move!

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  1. fumanchu

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    Finally got the husband to move his a$$ and take pics! I'd appreciate any advice on how to renovate this garden.
     

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      Just found out today the old gentleman who lived here was a gardener. Was his job all his life. I'll try my best to keep it in good shape for him :spinning:
       
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          It doesn't look too bad @fumanchu
          I'd wait until the spring before you start digging you don't know what's in there ,just do some weeding for now.
           
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            Logan, it has two things the last garden didn't when I started out.
            1) it's flat
            2) it has things growing innit! :biggrin::biggrin:
             
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              That's great news fumanchu
               
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                How about going full on jungle? I always like those gardens when I see them on gardeners world and will be creating an area like that in my new place; we can be jungle buddies lol
                 
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                  I sort of had that before Loofah, without meaning to - what started as a cottage garden sort of got out of hand :roflol:
                   
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