Hey Mark! Thanks for ALL your awesome advice! What are those plants called that spread everywhere and have pretty little flowers but I think they like the shade? lol big ask... I can't remember the name right now... bit of a guessing game. Sorry! xxxx
Thankyou yes, it's VERY satisfying lol... I did it all JUST in time bec moving my children into "more independence" aka 'do your own washing, here's how' lol... caused a FLOOD in my laundry, home, linen press today....
LUCKILY the laundry drain was cleared by my work!!
I had a dentist appt so it was ALL up to the kids to clean up lol.
I hadn't done the paved path "drain" thingy yet and wow was there some erosion after that... so I know the drain's cleared! LOL!
I still haven't paved, opted for a nap after a big family lunch here... the "nap" lasted 5 hours!!
So YES I pressed HALT lol. xxxx
Mr Tomato Man lol... better than Mr Pumpkin Man?
I'm Turkey Girl!
You are definitely "missing out" not having a Brush Turkey live at yours... you can have one of ours for FREE, any time rx lol...
you can live your Turkey Life vicariously through my life if you prefer lol.
My front garden looks like Fort Knox now.
My life Goal is to get smarter than these Turkeys one day lol... Grand Goal hey? xxxx
That's a really altruistic aim to have more plants for bees, we DEFINITELY NEED them!
And for Butterflies too!
I love Plumbago for butterflies.
ANY flowers help bees... having SOMETHING flowering in our gardens all year round is really supportive for bees.
Letting ONE of our favourite (and best) herb plants "go to flower" is good for bees AND us... the bees get to have the flowers and we can collect the seeds.
So glad you got a nature walk in, hugs... xxxx
Happy gardening experiences everyone!