Rehabbed garden area, one year later

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  1. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Sjoerd,

    Whoa! I like that stick fence (is that what is called a wattle fence?) Very cool. And I LOVE your bird's nest. What a great idea. Do you mind if I piggyback your idea?

    BTW your Japanese Grass is beautiful. It clearly is growing very well for you.
     
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    I love the stick fence too!! And what beautiful grasses!
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    CAYUGA--Thanks so much for the very nice compliments.You go right ahead and piggyback the nest idea. The idea was my bride's. We had the straw from mulching the strawberry plants and we found the large egg at an inexpensive second-hand store here.
    The grass is doing well in the shady areas, but I am not pleased with the sun-blanching of the grass plant that is situated in the pure sunlight.
    That structure is a hurdle. I posted on here about how I made them. The thread does not feature that particular hurdle, but the technique is the same.
    I made the screen where the grass is a few days after making the hurdle.

    Do you remember this thread?

    http://www.gardenstew.com/about27996.html

    The structure I call a hurdle/screen. I made it in 2012 out of pruned willow switches.

    TINA--Thanks for liking the willow switch structure and grass. The structure was fun to make.
     
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