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Giant ugly juniper be gone.

Giant ugly juniper be gone.

Refresh gravel on the steps. May need to touch up the stain as these have taken a beating during the landscaping work this year.

Refresh gravel on the steps. May need to touch up the stain as these have taken a beating during the landscaping work this year.

back corner play house for kids, add some outside drapes and insta fort

back corner play house for kids, add some outside drapes and insta fort

Gravel Driveway, with circle feature, block paving path and raised kerb edgings, Kirkby Liverpool  http://www.abellandscapes.co.uk/driveways-liverpool/driveway-projects/gravel-driveway-kirkby

Gravel Driveway, with circle feature, block paving path and raised kerb edgings, Kirkby Liverpool http://www.abellandscapes.co.uk/driveways-liverpool/driveway-projects/gravel-driveway-kirkby

May need to replace the helianthemum (which are getting very woody) & move/replace the tulips & daffodils (which aren't as far long as those in the rest of the yard?)

May need to replace the helianthemum (which are getting very woody) & move/replace the tulips & daffodils (which aren't as far long as those in the rest of the yard?)

Short french drain to try & prevent a pond forming in the front yard when it rains hard.

Short french drain to try & prevent a pond forming in the front yard when it rains hard.

Feb 18: mini daffodils starting to bloom

Feb 18: mini daffodils starting to bloom

"Before" picture of window. Bob is going to build a proper window well here.

"Before" picture of window. Bob is going to build a proper window well here.

Newly planted Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Blue Surprise' in the side terracing took a decided turn for the worse in May. Might have waited too long to dig it up & see if it can be salvaged. Didn't look like there was much root growth happening. Looked like it was root bound in the original container before planting, so tried to rough up/untangle those roots before sticking in this bigger pot. It can't really get much worse looking, can it?

Newly planted Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Blue Surprise' in the side terracing took a decided turn for the worse in May. Might have waited too long to dig it up & see if it can be salvaged. Didn't look like there was much root growth happening. Looked like it was root bound in the original container before planting, so tried to rough up/untangle those roots before sticking in this bigger pot. It can't really get much worse looking, can it?

Moved some volunteer lavender into some of the bare spots here.

Moved some volunteer lavender into some of the bare spots here.

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