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ken pritchard, Ken & Frankie (TN17)

Styles: Allotment or vegetable plot, Conservation and restoration, English cottage, Rural, Water, Wildflower, Wildlife

We took on quite a challenge when we found this semi rural plot of very overgrown pasture and mainly oak woodland in the Weald of Kent last year (2009). Starting with the clearing of 'dark walls' of conifer; ash; elder, holly; bramble; thistle; nettle and towering grass we have brought some order into the continuing wildness and are gradually introducing hedging and creating new borders as well as adding new shrubs and perennials into the beds around the cottage.

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ken pritchard

ken pritchard

About me
A very keen gardener on a steep learning curve!

Gardening expertise
Very Keen

Biggest gardening accomplishments
Managing a 10 rod council allotment.

Biggest gardening frustrations
Recalling that plant name!

The gardening project I am currently working on
See Ken and Frankie's garden.

ken pritchard's forum posts

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Mon. 1st November 2010 22:10

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