Thursday, 2 September 2010


Ali spent the day attempting to rejuvenate an old, out of shape, Lavender hedge, at the same time trying to reclaim two foot of path that has been hidden by the aforementioned hedge.
Lavender is best pruned in late summer after flowering but does not break, regrow, readily from old wood so is often best replaced once out of shape and extremely woody. However, this hedge has been given a second chance, so armed with secateurs and hand shears, Ali attempts a pruning miracle, only time will tell if she successful.

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