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Original message (posted by rayonline5555)
I went down to the garden an 4.30 this afternoon an sat on the bench trying to imagine what it will look like next year when all the flowers will be in bloom...I was looking forward to early spring when the snowdrops and crocuses pop up to tell us winter is nearly over.. And the we will get hundreds of golden daffodills,then tulips, and lots of poppies(the Flanders variety to remind me of my dad and all the fallen heroes) and then I got up and examined the ground where all these flowers would be....What did I find? 3 inches of bark chippings on top of a layer of plastic anti-weed sheets...yet another nightmare!!! who on earth made that decision? No doubt they will say they wanted a low maintenance garden so what happened to getting the community involved then ??????????? So its NO flowers next year just plants that we can only sit and look at....
 
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