My garden was derelict at Easter

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  1. Appleblossom31

    Appleblossom31 Gardener

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    Hi guys
    Just wanted to show you some pixs of how im getting on in my garden so far, I started at Easter with a completely deredict garden. Ive been trying to work daily on it.. Yes I know my hedges and lawns need alot of tlc..thats from over 10 years of neglect..so if theres Any advice out there there...??? Would be greatly appreciated guys. The Cresent flower bed my front garden, most plants were given to me, neglected.... Hope im going in the right direction???
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    • JR

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      That's all looking really nice.
      I'd look forward to giving the hedge a 'hard' cut in early Spring especially at the top taking 60cm or so off the width there and maybe 30cm or so lower down.
      I like the Echinops in the corner.. the bees love them.
       
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      • Jasmine star

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        It looks lovely :) well done!
         
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