That’s where I’ve been for the last month! Spring is a busy time for the garden, our garden beds are perennial flower beds so there is winter die back to tidy up, plants to split and move around and as always new plants to add.
This year the flower border that lines the back garden fence was in desperate need of an overhaul. Whatever flower plan was there in the border had dissolved into an unruly mass of plants.
The bones of the new border are in but we grew a lot of annuals that need to be added yet, like nicotiana, calendula and alyssum. So it is still a work in progress but it is looking hopeful.