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January 26, 2011


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Laura @ PatioPatch

Thoroughly enjoyed this informative and helpful post. Like the way you kept the wooden edge running right through the length to give a stepped appearance to the wider end. Shows too how quickly plants can spread from their initial sparse planting and a lesson in spacial awareness

Claire, Plantpassion

Thanks Laura, glad you liked it. I'm lucky in that after years of practice I know how big the plants will get. But it is lovely to see when they fill the gaps as I anticipated.


That is extremely pretty, and a wonderful demonstration that you can actually make any border work for you if you have the knowledge - which you clearly do!

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