My Trees

November 10, 2020 § 6 Comments

My Trees Exhalation © Lynn Wiles 2020
When I moved here twenty years ago there were no trees in the garden. On a lovely warm autumn afternoon, I was hanging out on my patio admiring the trees I had planted as saplings.

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§ 6 Responses to My Trees

  • Meanderer says:

    Wonderful! A gorgeous sight to behold from your own garden. We’re doing the same: no trees in the garden when we moved in but we’ve been adding them over the last 3 years.

    • lynnwiles says:

      It’s so nice to watch them grow. Just a warning, it’s time to become an expert in shade gardening.

      • Meanderer says:

        Ha, ha – yes, the garden we left behind in England had lots of mature trees – sycamores, birches, yews, chestnuts and more – and was predominantly shady! This garden, on the other hand, had nothing taller than a small buddliea and no cover from the sun at all – it’s very open to the south and west – and I find it too hot to garden during the Summer. We’ve situated the trees in the middle area of the garden so they will shade half and leave the other half open to the sun. Well that’s the plan so far ………

      • lynnwiles says:

        My garden is tiny, so I have only the side opposite the patio that gets sun. That’s okay, I love ferns and other shade plants.

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