Ready for Spring.

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  1. stephenprudence

    stephenprudence GC Weather Guru

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    Its amazing how a little work goes a long way last two days I've spent mulching paths and weeding. I think now it's ready for Spring.

    Just now to decide what summer bedding will compliment my fruit beds this year.

    Itching to go though, it's only the weather against us currently.IMG_20200228_175232.jpgIMG_20200227_130618.jpgIMG_20200228_174120.jpg
     
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    • Allett man

      Allett man Apprentice Gardener

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      Paths are looking nice and fresh, I’m doing little jobs here and there when weather permits. Little and often will pay dividends when weather improves and won’t be overwhelmed with all those spring jobs. Looks great.
       
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        Steve R Soil Furtler

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        Nice and tidy Stephen, it will be a joy to work in that garden this year and no doubt bountiful crops too.

        Steve...:)
         
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