A Brief History of Stone Hill - Woodend North Garden

Primarily for the benefit of those on the ALC pre-conference tour today….

Before work began on the perennial garden.

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Initial excavation. September 2011

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Laying out the plants…

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After four months of growth…

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After five months of growth…

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After 14 months of growth…

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After 4 years of growth…

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In winter…

And again..
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The quarry at planting September 2015

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After 15 months of growth…

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After two years of growth

The quarry, earlier this week

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Discussion

  1. Hi

    Do you plan to run any plant or perennial courses during the spring time?

  2. Amazing! The transformation of the area is simply beautiful and quite impressive as it continues to look more beautiful after a couple of years. Great job!

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