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Easy Ways to Replace Destroyed Ivy

03 May

..wow, sounds informative. A simple way to replace ivy is to buy more and replace it.
Loki likes to chew on things (just the other day she chewed through a cheap door @ my moms place while we went out for dinner for example) and a couple of months ago she chewed through the base of our ivy on the trellise..and it did not look like it was coming back so we doubled down on ivy as a replacement. Hopefully her knawing ways are behind her..bets anyone? While we were at it we also added a couple of more decorative grasses and changed the current new zealand wintergrass. Great thing about decorative gardens, they are easy to switch around. As a result we don’t worry too much about initial plant locations but make slow adjustments as we go (not all the time or anything but early and late in the seasons..and July)..which I guess is the way we do most of our projects…indecision is the key to flexibility afterall.

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The chickens get an all too rare reprieve and race to the horse manure remnants from last year. We LOVE have them penned and letting them out when we want. Amazing.

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..and A* has a romantic meal with jango and Loki in front of a warming (returned) chiminea. I one the other hand sat at the slab table to make sure the height and everthing was ok. Plus it was cold out.

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..needless to say the yard is in a state right now.

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2 Comments

Posted by on May 3, 2012 in Construction

 

2 responses to “Easy Ways to Replace Destroyed Ivy

  1. jambaloney

    May 3, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    what are you talking about?? your yard looks tip-top… you should see the mess i have created with my garbage day treasures ;-)))

    the table slab looks sweet – i hope you can keep loki from the new ivy… try a bit of chicken wire ?? or does she love to get iron supplaments that way??

    chickens llok happy…and FAT – yum (?)…

    kepp on keeping on pal – love your place!!

     
  2. eagergridlessbeaver

    May 4, 2012 at 10:54 am

    thanks Jam! Yeah, those chickens are looking pretty yummy these days!..and I might try some of that chicken wire to keep Loki away from the ivt too

     

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