No Instant Perfection
Its morning muster and one don’t pass inspection at all but he will soon come up to scratch. I have come to accept that the prevailing lesson for serious gardeners, is patience.
All plants are not created equal and they each sometimes require different handling. Right now, I simply have to wait for some of my plants to bloom or recover from pruning, in their own time.
I recently removed the grass and added a bit of sawdust as well as nutrient feed.
I wait patiently.
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