PREPARATION FOR A UNIQUE INDIGENOUS GARDEN DESIGN
- Friday, 15 February 2008
Today was mainly spent on removing the final and third load of old soil and rubble, continuing laying down of the irrigation system and turning over the compost and soil to aerate it.
On Monday, a final truck load of rich red landscaping soil will be added to the current compost and topsoil mix. On Tuesday the 112 sleepers arrives and on Wednesday a builder will start cementing in the cobble stones for the sleeper pathways and the bigger cobble stones around the house's walls to keep the house walls clean from soil splatters when it rains. During the course of next week all the wooden trellis work against and on top of the perimeter walls should also be installed.
Leanne Cumberlege (Our Landscaper) & Me together with the rubble removing company's employees on the mini bobcat
A very exciting week lies ahead and should take us quite a few steps closer to achieving a unique indigenous garden design.
- 'Excitement just-just contained' Signing Off