It was a beautiful day today here in Dalamory. Temperature of 12C in the sunshine, so I had a walk round the garden to survey the damage done by the deer and the extraordinarily cold winter. The plants have been hit badly. The deer have eaten anything remotely edible, including ivy and prickly holly. Some of the bushes – lilac, pieris etc – are showing signs of buds swelling, others look decimated. Just as well a special offer leaflet has arrived from a local plant centre – 10% off – though to be honest it will probably be the end of next month before we can even think of planting anything.

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1 Response to Surveying

  1. Mina says:

    Had a critical look at my garden. Result: one daisy blooming in the grass and everything else managing to look hopeful.

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