Gallery: Transforming the Lawn

Changing the lawn from a standard rectangular shape to something more organic and curvy was a task I’d had on my mind for a couple of years. The catalyst came in the summer of 2013 when we had a new fence installed. When that was complete I decided to go for it and got digging!

It was hard work and even though it was summer I spent many an evening after work digging in the rain and shifting wet sod and soil! That wasn’t much fun, but the satisfaction comes when you see your vision starting to emerge.

Planting shrubs and perennials in the borders is the agenda for 2014. I’ve no idea how long this will take (or how costly it will be) so watch this space!


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