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Pamela, My Garden (NR32)

Styles: Wildlife, Wildflower, Exotic, Coastal, Allotment or vegetable plot

Soil types: Loamy

Soil drainage: Well-drained

Light: Partial Shade

Aspect: North

Exposure: Sheltered


Pamela's garden plan

There is not a published plan for this garden yet.

 

Pamela

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Gardening expertise
Newbie

Biggest gardening accomplishments
I moved a tree (in a pot) from one end of my garden to the other, on my own! Unfortunately the tree has been progressively looking more and more unhappy, and ultimately, looking pretty dead atm, but I'm hoping it will sprout some lovely green shoots once it gets over its grief at losing the location it had obviously loved more!

Biggest gardening frustrations
At the moment, it has to be the birds wrecking my vegetable plants... but I love watching the birds, and I have a few surviving plants, so, so long as they don't demolish all of them, it's a fairly happy balance.

The gardening project I am currently working on
I only moved into this place December 2016, so it's a new-to-me garden and I am finding out what I have, and working on putting in some things that I especially wanted. I was out there just now and found bamboo shooting up in the lawn! So I will have to root those out. More holes in the lawn.... luckily I don't care too much about the lawn anyway just so long as it is greenish and I can laze around on it in nice weather I am happy :) I have started a veggie plot, had to get a load of weeds out first that were pretty big and it seems to be staying fairly clear of those now, and I have some mini corn plants and some bean plants (purple queen) so far... My dad treated me to a pack of bulbs (100 days of colour) so I had to get those in as it was already late. I have lettuce and pansy seeds to get started on yet too. The plant I am enjoying most so far here is something my mum calls hotlips.

Pamela's forum posts

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Mon. 17th July 2017 08:22

 

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