Friday, 4 December 2009

Chop, Chop

Now that the hebaceous border has been cut down along with the four borders in the Casson Garden, also known as The Goldfish Bowl, due to its shape, the gardeners moved on to the Serpentine, this has also aquired its name due to its shape.
Joe and Ali were given the chopping task, so armed with their secatuers, which have hardly left their side in recent weeks, they started to cut down all the hebaceous material.

As they worked their away along the border, the box balls began to re emerge along with the young tips of the Mascari, which will, again, create the river of blue in the spring.

As darkness rapidly descended upon them, they managed to reach the half way point, a job that would have to be finished the next working day.

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