New garden plan

 Tuscan Hills perennial meadow - from   Pictorial Meadows  . It has several plants that do well in our thin free draining soil.

Tuscan Hills perennial meadow - from Pictorial Meadows. It has several plants that do well in our thin free draining soil.

Finally got around to updating the garden plan diagram - on version 25 now.

It made me realise how much we have done since the last one in September: new oak bench, new redcurrant bed, cordon and standard apple trees planted, new painted terraced raised bed, willow throne (almost done). And the usual maintenance of existing beds, plants and structures.

The meadow seeds will be ordered by Guy this week. We will try out a new perennial Pictorial meadow seed mix (Tuscan Hills) and re-sow three beds with another Pictorial Meadows annual mix. One of the beds we will convert into plants - and we have started digging that one over already.

Fingers crossed we get some reasonable gardening weather soon...