I started our garden in spring with tiny plants. I didn’t want an instant garden at the time, I wanted a garden that would grow and develop over years. This plan made sense in my head but has meant that throughout most of summer it’s looked a little… bare. But finally, in late summer it’s starting to take some shape.
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