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Grape Hyacinth on Our "Junk Hill"

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We had a lot of rubble from renovations and other junk that needed throwing out, so we used it to make our own mini landfill site in a corner of our garden. We covered it in topsoil and made a stepped path to the top with a seat made from a dismantled concrete fence. Last autumn I planted bulbs including grape hyacinth up the sides of the path. It is now April here in the UK and they are looking lovely. By this time next year it is going to be awesome once we have established some low growing grass and the grape hyacinths have multiplied.

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Wirral, UK

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