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By Annie11

Cheshire, United Kingdom Gb

We have a large lawned garden at the back of the house. Along the back in between the lawn and the house we have paving and have always had a border separating the two where we plant bedding plants. Unfortunately having cats doesn't always go with this idea (they use it for their loo and constantly dig the plants up) although it always looks nice to have colour looking out from the lounge or conservatory. I am now thinking of changing my ideas of planting and wondered whether to plant low shrubs or maybe box plants, any tips or ideas much appreciated.



if you have low hardy shrubs and basicly almost overplant so every bit of soil is coverd eventualy the cats will either go somewear else or you wont wont have to do any weeding as the shrubs wont let any light in.

8 Apr, 2010


you could do a nice rockery or a water feacture or a bit of both which will have the same effect.

8 Apr, 2010

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