Before and After with England's Gardens

These are before and after shots of a garden I maintained today. The Fatsia japonica and beautiful hydranga were under attack from the deadly (not really) Dead Nettle weed, which, as a matter of fact, smells rather pungent and bad when you uproot it, or even get too close to it. The top picture shows how happy Fatsia and Hydrangea are now that they have room to breathe. The family for whom I maintained the garden are hoping to plant Thyme and other herbs in the area I have cleared. I wish them good luck in this endeavour.

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