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Squirrel at the gate

indigodreams: “ Squirrel at the gate. A grey squirrel sits on top of the gate post at St Andrew’s Church, Owston. The church is on the site of an Augustinian Abbey. The notice on the post asks.

Dry River bed landscaping.  Love the natural curve.

Dry stream bed acts as path and offers planting pockets. Even in this narrow side yard, there is room for a few small shrubs and trees. Connects front yard to back yard.

Hedges, Habitually Chic®

Garden design - Okay, so I mostly pinned this in the event that I dare to plant fruit trees in the common area behind my house; a green "fence" around the tree could protect the roots and tree base from the lawn service.

dont cry

A mighty fast growing tree,the weeping willow tree is unique and graceful,the dropping branches within arms reach is enough to stimulate your imagination.Weeping Willow trees make great shade trees.Salix babyonica is a green weeping willow.

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