That's a shame floydie about lavender not working, you could try some other herbs like rosemary maybe or perhaps go with ornamental type grasses & poppies - I think you've had Californian in your earlier photos so those should survive & Welsh ones are great - they will pop up almost anywhere. Has one of your piggies escaped in that last photo or is it a model one hiding between the pots?
Yes its one I picked up from a garden centre a few years ago, theres 2 little rabbits there too. They need to find a nice home in the garden somewhere. I dont know where the poppies went I had loads but havent spotted any this year.
Still lots to do, and lots of grass and weeds on the bank from the middle on. But at least I can see what I'm doing now the hedges are cut back. Sure the green bin will be quickly filled with this lot!
The piggies will have to do a lot of eating floydie! I didn't know they liked buddleias(if that's what they are). You've got some nice alliums there & the geraniums work well as ground cover to keep down the weeds & you can cut them back when you get other plants you want to put in there.
Hello! Very beautiful and thoughtful project here! I am going to start mine soon too, and the first thing I will do is build a small garden house. I saw some great projects at summerhouse24.co.uk/, and I like them a lot. Have you ever built such a thing on your own? I would like to ask you some questions on the subject. Can you please help me?