We have not split any of the plants in this bed for a good few years, so it is beginning to look overgrown and out of control.
On the way down to take the photo's I came across Mabel the lodger cat sunning herself on a pile of dried weeding, I don't think the ducks were too happy about it!
Paul had already made a start.
There were plenty of nettles plus the Geraniums have taken over quite a bit due to not being split in previous years.
This area will need sorting also over the next few months.
This Acer leaves are turning a beautiful red.
Lots of Apples on the Cider Apple tree.
Last weeks work is looking good
This side shadier but also looking good.
Yet more leaves turning red.
Yesterday Paul finished digging up the Roses and Clematis from this bed. It is amazing how open it now looks when you walk out the door of the house that's to the right hand side.I am really looking forward to having this building taken down and seeing the space opened up!
Here the raised bed area has been cleared and the grasses along with the green Banana have been positioned and planted.
From the side, Paul moved a formium with red leaves from the front garden to this area to add a splash of colour.
This space will need to be sorted out next weekend if the weather holds good.
When we put the new fencing up I took a few photo's from the neighbours side, shown above.
He spent a big part of this year levelling the ground and then relaying the lawn.
I thought you like to see the length of our garden if it was not split into rooms and different levels, our neighbours garden is narrow than ours we have about another ten foot in width up by the house going down to about another six foot wider at the bottom. Also from this position there is about another 25 ft of garden behind me! Ours must look like a jungle compared to this!!