The thing is....
I’m posting up photos and I’m trying to save Norman’s Garden (because it is truly beautiful if a little overgrown) and I absolutely need all the help, knowledge, advice etc I can gather from you all.
But these are the questions I need to ask /resolve
Can I save this plant?
Will it survive being moved?
What is the cost of replacing this plant?
Is the cost and time factor in trying to move this plant far greater than the cost of buying a new one?
Is this plant 10 a penny?
This is a little about cost for me as we don’t have pockets of gold unfortunately. I don’t want to waste my own time moving these plants if a) they won’t like it and are likely to die b) they are ten a penny and I could plant some new ones – basically if all the hard work isn’t worth it.
I can replace old for new to a degree, but my money won’t buy what I have in front of me now, so I’d far rather save what I can, but being sensible about it throughout.
The beds/soil is in a state too. Leaves have not been collected for years and so the soil resembles a compost rather than soil. Under the canopies of these plants it is total mess! From that perspective, it would be easier to completely take out what’s there and start afresh.
But then I would feel a bit like a murderer – I know that is silly, but I feel something. I feel it is wrong to just decimate it all and lose all of Norman’s hard work.
Am I being silly?
Or do you understand where I’m coming from?
Please advise me… Lucy xxx
- 27 Apr, 2010
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