The floor of the woodland walk is greening up.
Mr P made the obelisks for me last year. The two at the front will be covered in native hops. The two at the back will each have clematis and english honeysuckle climbing them.
This area still needs some work....there are several conifers that have been ringed and need to be removed.
I don't think I have ever posted the front garden. This is where Nella goes if there are vulnerable creatures in the back garden. I would not like her to hurt the hedgehogs, young fledglings etc......
There is a new bed around the three conifers in the centre of the photograph. This small area contains......blue lupins, bearded iris, lady's mantle, and wildflowers.
Just look at plantus giganticus......it is taking over.....ugh.
Look you can even see it from the other side of the pond. I have planted a silver birch each side. They will give dappled shade. I shall net the water feature in the autumn to stop the leaves going into the water.
This neglected area is a wonderful habitat for wildlife.
Apart from the paths, I never cut the grass or remove weeds. It is left for the birds bees and butterflies. Most of the insects shown on safari are found in this area.
Well that is how the garden looks at this time. It is a long job and I must confess it has worn me out at times. I will not be around for safari next Sunday as Mr P is taking me away for a three day break.
I will visit your lovely blogs during the week......