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On a recent visit to Tavistock, I went over to see how the extended ‘Devon Wall’ I’d seen some months ago was looking…though mainly shades of green now, as most flowering is in the spring time, it was looking superb. Well done that gardener!

Old School Gardener

WP_20150619_09_17_49_ProA few months back I posted some pictures of a rather lovely Devon Wall near my Mother-in-Law’s home. I was there again recently and discovered the owner of the wall is doing some further work to extend his creation, taking out some old Ivy stumps, installing another stretch of close board fence on top, and most importantly putting in some more lovely plants…

Old School Gardener

Wild Garlic at the foot of a Devon Hedge, Whitchurch

Wild Garlic at the foot of a Devon Hedge, Whitchurch

Delightful planting ina Devon Wall, Mohuns Close, Whitchurch

Delightful planting in a Devon Wall, Mohuns Close, Whitchurch

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