Monday, 8 April 2019

Path edging and seed sowing

A garden looks well maintained when it has a clear boundary between plant bed and paths. There are all sorts of suitable edging materials including a rustic  look using lengths of logs or the more formal look using floor boards or brick edges. Friends of Mayow Park look after a herb bed we call The Triangle near the cafe and the old timber path edging is mostly rotted now.
This morning Mike and Alona used recycled floor boards to replace some of the rotted timber. We were happy with the outcome but could do with more boards to complete the task another time.

We also sowed seeds: lupins, sweet peas and nasturtiums.  These, if they grow, will add colour when the forget-me-not and self-heal have finished flowering.

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