Wednesday, 30 June 2010

The Longest Hedge

It was a lot cooler this morning, so perfect for some more hedge cutting. The longest hedge, the box running along the nursery and orchard, needed its annual cut, this year by Kieron and Joe. Whilst they cut the hedge, Ady realigned the path, whilst Graham removed the diseased peach trees that were planted next to the wall and strimmed down the daffodil foliage around the fruit trees.
In the afternoon, joined by Ali, the team cleared up all the box cuttings and weeded the path, a good job for a much cooler day.
On a sad wildlife note, one of the last two Aylesbury ducks had to be buried this morning following an over night fox attack, the remaining duck cuts a very lonely figure, having been together for the last three years. Nature!

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