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Brian Keating, My Garden (GU6)

Styles: Suburban

Soil types: Clay

Soil drainage: Moisture-retentive

Light: Partial Shade

Aspect: North

Exposure: Sheltered

When we moved in in September 2009, it was an overgrown and unloved garden, with Laurel and Field maple creating most of the greenery. We found bluebells and cyclamen along with dicentris being hidden. Having cleared this during 2009, we found a decrepit shed and during 2010 a Green house was installed and shed replaced. Further plans include updating and enlarging the patio.

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Brian Keating

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Gardening expertise
Very Keen

Biggest gardening accomplishments
During 2010 I Built a shed Built a greehouse Constructed a store at the side of the house out of the old shed Reviving a tired and mossy lawn

The gardening project I am currently working on
None at present, just waiting to see the fruits of last years work. Future is to replace the hard landscaping with something less formal and more decorative

Brian Keating's forum posts

Re: Identity required
Tue. 30th August 2011 13:45

Identity required
Tue. 30th August 2011 12:48

Re: Ground Cover plant
Fri. 6th May 2011 18:42

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