Lawn would have been an obvious L but I’m not a big lawn person and my lawn’s disappeared (more about that if you’re still with me at Y).
Yesterdays blog post went on a bit didn’t it? Sorry about that. Maybe that’s why it’s not yet got any comments. Here’s a slightly shorter one and I only have one picture to illustrate it.
When I bought this house I bought it for the garden. I noticed the leylandii hedge and quizzed myself how I’d cope with it. It was one garden away so not an immediate neighbourly dispute issue. Life went on. Some of it got cut down, then being less sheltered and supported, one tree broke a bit of my fence when it fell in the wind one year. A couple of the trees were left and carried on being home to many birds and, in winter, one of the roosting places for the starling murmuration.
A few weeks ago I came home and Wow. Someone had let the light in. The remaining leylandii had been removed. What they gave me was a glade in the forest. this picture is where I’d normally have had dark green, It never occurred to me to take a picture of it because I didn’t realise it wouldn’t be there anytime soon. When butterflies came out of hibernation this year they used the open glade to meet, greet and mate which was a pleasure to watch. My view’s changed, I’ll get used to it. There’s still other places for the starlings to roost and other birds to nest. Life and homes move on and, in a garden, there’s lots of changes each season and, sometimes, each year.
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about gardening, Lynne style.
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