Archive for 19/04/2020


Waterperry in Oxfordshire is a garden we have visited a few times in the past and enjoyed it every time, so finding the opportunity to drop in while traveling down south we welcomed it. Set up in 1932 the garden is the home of the School of Horticulture for Ladies run by the stern-looking Beatrix […]

via Return to Waterperry – part 1 — greenbenchramblings

Marianne made the case against HOA gardening rules, but my community has a different problem, dare I say a much bigger one? A New Deal project, my planned community included an unfortunate garden feature – 18″ privet hedges, which are inherently high-maintenance and, we know now, invasive. And ours were planted very close to our…

via We Hired an Expert to Teach Coop Members to Prune their (damn) Hedges — GardenRant

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