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    Senior Member TheFlyingKidney's Avatar
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    Spring has sprung

    And the garden is beginning to get on my nerves.
    Before COVID we lost a couple of carers that also ran a garden business.
    One was excellent in design ideas, and came up with a few good ideas to make the garden better.

    But there's still no structure to the garden, no real screening other than the dull fences. The bulbs in pots haven't done as well this year either.
    Anyway, sowing and propagating but wonder if its worth it!

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    The plants don't know whether they are coming or going with the unsettled weather. I'm sure your garden will be fine eventually.
    I cut down my fuchsias that were beginning to show from the bottom and left those that weren't. Then we had several nights of hard frost. Just hoping it hasn't killed them off.

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