I talked yesterday with my gardenbuddy Evy here in Leufstabruk, she told me that there is a place where we can take Snowberry bushplants if I need some. I certainly do, previous renter of my property have taken away parts of the hedge by the entrance and I wish to have it back.
This morning I started to prepare for the plants
Evy and I went to the village compost where the Snowberry bush grow freely and digged up several plants, both for her and I
Back to my house with the plants
On the other side of the entrance it was just impossible to dig, and there is hedgeplants growing back there anyway, so I just cleared it from gravel and put soil on it and cross my fingers for the hedge to grow back within a couple of years
Some decoration is nice outside now when it's spring! Bulbs put in Swedish Höganäs stoneware and a guardian Bronze cat I bought at a Garden Antique market in Bordeaux-France!
In the end of my garden it's a forrest and wetland that partially dry up in the summer!
My plan is to clear it up as much as possibly and do a sort of Woodland/Lund there.
What You see in front of it is all Nestles that where superhigh when I came here in the fall, that will be the biggest challenge.
Today I cleared a little bit highter part where I will put a bench in the future.
The bench there now was a previous feeding table for Venison and have to go, I don't need them in my garden.
Hopefully I will have the area covered with mixed wild Anemones/Sippor for the spring and in the fall I will put seeds here for Ramson/Ramslök. In the water grow Lillies now.
It got colder in the afternoon and I wen't inside to set more seeds:
Cucumber Organic "Picolino"
Summer Rudbeckia "Cherry Brandy"
Pelargonium "Sil Hero" & "Quinquelobatum"
And as usual, ending my Gardening day with a well deserved Fika!
Hope You had a great sunday as well, Per!