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The fencing along the back has been generally used by the bindweed as a trellis of sorts. Mainly because it’s been so manky.

Helen embarked on stripping the green and exposing the panels. Today they were stripped out and hopefully on Tuesday we’ll be digging holes and fitting posts.

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This is about as close as cats come to helping with the weeding. Unfortunately our garden suffers with bindweed something cronic, so the few beds we’ve dug are quite infested.

On a positive note the gooseberries which looked like they’d died after the move have picked up and the first few leaves have started to appear.


Similarly the grape which promptly died has also started to exhibit signs of life and new growth has started to appear.


We’d got bored of looking at our IBCs in the centre of the garden so they’re now in their final resting place – except they still need a layer of hardcore under them!

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