But how else could we do the pruning and shredding?
That looks horribly familiar Nutcutlet
Last week I laid my RapidGrid stuff ( I was supposed to have dug it in and re seeded over the top in Spring but didn't get around to it ). I now clump up and down the garden on this stuff but a heavy wheelbarrow often sees me veering off and producing yet more unsightly ruts.
I'm glad I'm not alone.
A bit of spring sunshine and it'll all be looking lush again Nut
...has someone been making a short cut to the A1...?
...otherwise,...your borders are quite nice...
We've got a lot more winter works to do yet and that's the only route for machinery.
Nice to know you recognise it Philippa
It will be a bit lighter there next year as well Dove, that should help. Some big laurels went through the shredder
That's the mower in tractor mode pulling the shredder behind it Salino. An invention by OH as we're getting past pushing the shredder through mud
Cotoneaster lacteus is very good this year
nutcutlet wrote (see)
......... It will be a bit lighter there next year as well Dove, that should help. Some big laurels went through the shredder
Right, that makes sense - I thought something was different .
It's just too boggy to do anything out there in my garden at the moment - and we're on free draining sandy loam