I have a wee bit of a problem area in my garden...see attached picture.
The boundary fence was blown away by the winds and as well as replacing the fence - I would like to add a row of evergreen shrubs as hedging along the full lenght of the back garden. This area in the middle - around a 2m section - gets waterlogged a few times a year. In an ideal world I would like to get it sorted properly but neighbours gardens are 1000 times worse than mine and they are not interested.
This border faces south - Ideally I would like something around 2m in height. Might this be possible without building some sort of raised bed? Currently at the moment - the dead foliage that grows on the neighbours side of the boudary is Lady's Mantle and Crocosmia so somethings do survive. Thank you
- 5 Jan, 2012