Red Filbert has attractive red leaves and produces small but very tasty nuts

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I decided that a naming and shaming campaign for
people with neglected gardens was in order. So I hang
my head in shame and name FilbertFox as a garden slut
2nd May 2006, 19:07   | tags:,

Twiglet says:

Over grown is GOOD because it attracts butterflies etc.

2nd May 2006, 19:32

paintist says:

and you do have a tulip ...i love tulips

2nd May 2006, 19:35

FilbertFox says:

yes. tulip in the singular i fear!

I like overgrown to an extent (quite a bit extent infact) but that little path on the top shot has been unpassbable for at least a year due to too much vegetation. And the only wildlife i seem to attract (apart for Mr FF) are snails, slugs and woodlice

2nd May 2006, 20:39

paintist says:

slugs among the violets....sounds like a book title

2nd May 2006, 20:42

FilbertFox says:

my mother will be pleased

2nd May 2006, 20:42

Dhamaka says:

I think it's pretty

2nd May 2006, 20:55

Ashlea says:

Thats looking a lot less overgrown than when I last saw it a week and a half ago...

2nd May 2006, 21:13

FilbertFox says:

i do think neglect is good in times of drought i only have to water the little tree you see in the pot, and the cuttings of the rosemary i take each year to replace the large overgrown ones.

this week i must halve the number of dandilions (yummy salad i think) and remove the blackcurrent bushes that are coming up through the lawn.

2nd May 2006, 21:16

DeanDare says:

It isn't negleted you are going for a country garden feel with natures touch overtones

3rd May 2006, 18:18

JokerXL says:

I think it looks fine, the way it is.
Mine's all still too new and "straight" from last year's "Total-Devastation-Makeover"

4th May 2006, 21:02

FilbertFox says:

it is really a case of can't see the wood for the trees, or the trees for the weeds! the kids had some friends round a few years back, they are yet to emerge from the undergrowth!

4th May 2006, 21:06

JokerXL says:

Do you throw the odd peanutbutter sandwich in there? See the bushes shake?
;-)

4th May 2006, 21:08

FilbertFox says:

don't want to feed them, that'll help them grow into big strong hoody wearing muggers

4th May 2006, 21:21

Looks alright to me. Having said that I haven't lived in a house with a garden since 1997. I never appreciated gardens until I didn't have one.

My current apartment was advertised as having a "balcony" (despite it weirdly being sub-terrainian) so I can have the odd BBQ over here!

5th May 2006, 03:30