Never a week passes without fairly major seasonal jobs and/or repairs taking place in and around the garden. This week, we had the pleasure of Chris Genever's company for a day which resulted in the empty compost bay being lined with reclaimed corrugated iron, a blockage in the pond pump removed and a connection tap being replaced, the potting shed door repaired, a couple of tiles in the greenhouse cut & laid and the rear door on the House for Hens repaired.
Chris Pugh and I barrowed a load of wood chip down to the Henclosure, Woodland Border path and Nutberry Noak before digging out nearly half a barrow full of Bindweed and Japanese Anemone in order to plant a Euphorbia subs. characias wulfenni Margery Fish Lambrook Gold. (Bindweed never makes the compost bay!) I have high hopes for this plant following all the trouble we went to!!
With the newly lined compost bay, Chris spent the last half hour making a start on turning a year's accumulated compost into it. Next year, the whole process begins again!
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