Separating The Plants From The Lawn
Remember, I mentioned in an earlier article, that I had to remove the grass from where the plants were?
To the corner, the grass was tall and lush, with little worms roaming about; meanwhile my flowers were looking droopy and dry.
Well, today I took it a bit further, I dug a small trench and putting a border between the garden and grass. This will deter the latter from overwhelming the former.
You can do the same by #recycling any scrapes of #wood lying about your home. The digging was made easier because of yesterday’s rain. My back…is another issue 😦
Now unto my next gardening project.
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