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I go away for a few days and when I come back I am welcomed by a cornucopia of green; it is so pretty and a huge turnaround from the last pictures I posted.

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As I was looking at my garden, I was appreciating the breadth and depth of green, but I was also dissecting; what needs to be trimmed, moved and radically cut back. I am talking about the vinca major, the dark green ground cover that has gotten a little out of control in certain areas. As I say this, this is why I love gardening; it is never boring, there is always something different to tackle and gardens evolve in a living and vibrant way.