David Selkirk, the 6th room (ML4)
Styles: Suburban, Water, Wildlife
Soil types: Loamy
Soil drainage: Moist but well-drained, Pond/In water
Soil pH: Neutral
Light: Partial Shade
Aspect: North, West
Hardiness: Indoor unheated (H2), Tender in frost (H3)long suburban garden lined with 13 ft leylandii, includes small sunken garden three sheds, large trampoline which i detest but hey kids have to have space in garden (for now). as of August 2011 we have begun construction of pond waterfall and seperate bog garden, we also have 2 poly-tunnels decking area and a new wooded garden...
David Selkirk's garden plan
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Plants in David Selkirk's garden
I am a 45 year old newbie to serious gardening, i love the great outdoors camping, fishing,wildlife and nature, and would love to give somthing back by creating a garden haven that appreciates wildlife and at the same time gives me and my family somewhere to relax and appreciate the wildlife...
Biggest gardening accomplishments
Probably my biggest gardening accomplishment apart from discovering shoot, is catching the gardening bug and having the enthusiasm and the thirst for gardening knowledge in me, dont know where or when i got it but its here now and all of a sudden im looking forwards to all the different seasons with a mixture of exitement and inticipation..
Biggest gardening frustrations
My biggest gardening frustration apart from the Scottish weather is knowing what i want my garden to look like, but not having the knowledge to achieve it (yet)...
The gardening project I am currently working on
Just finished our pond and waterfall (Aug 2011) tis looking good i must admit.. Now for small decking area beside the pond to be used as a summer viewing area, think we should build decking first and then design bog garden around it,
David Selkirk's forum posts
Re: Re: Scottish Spring
Sat. 2nd March 2013 16:17
Thu. 28th February 2013 21:06
Re: Re: Re: Re: pinching out
Wed. 13th June 2012 22:22