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Planning is such fun! Ideas please!

We have recently cleared an overgrown area to the left of our front path.measuring 6metres by 3 metres :rectangular. We have planted 2 trees each inside a ring of small bricks.they're a Rowan  and little plum( rescued)  I have a pile of small square edging bricks and two lovely stone planters as well as a few hydrangeas in pots.....  full sun from midmorning till sunset in.south west Scotland...lovely sandy soil.what do you think?? Would love to share some ideas.

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  • Hello and welcome to the forum! It partly depends on your preference. Do you want a meadow look, or something tidy and low-maintenance? Or would it help to have two sets of ideas? Also, what is there on the other side of the path? 
  • nick615nick615 SW IrelandPosts: 1,247
    I'm no expert but, if you're hoping for fruit on the plum, I think you'll need another one to go with it?
  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 82,240
    It depends on the plum variety, many are self fertile to a greater or lesser degree 
    https://www.keepers-nursery.co.uk/fruit-trees/plum-gage/self-fertile-plum
    😊 
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