Cheshire, United Kingdom
Hello. Since I last logged in, over a year ago, we've moved house and are still trying to get the new (to us) gardens in shape. we have a very wet, clay border. It holds lots of rain water (like a moat) and tries to kill off anything we plant in in it. (The weeds do very well, though!) Our daughter lives nearby and her borders are the same, but they've filled themselves up naturally with a wonderful selection of tall wild flowers. As a result, her garden is always full of birds and wild life of various kinds. Now here's my question: how can we encourage such wild flowers to grow in OUR borders, please?
- 26 Aug, 2012