Nature takes over –

Da min ‘vaktmester’ og jeg tok en liten inspeksjon av hagen idag, kom vi over  et tilfelle hvor naturen hadde bestemt seg for å ta over på eget intitiativ –
En gang sto det her et dobbelt bjerketre som ble plantet for over 40 år siden, men som nå produserte mer løv og arbeid en trivsel og hygge. Stubbene bruker vi som blomsterbord gjennom sommeren, men nå ser det ut til at naturen har andre planer?

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As my ‘janitor’ and myself  went for a small inspection of our garden today, we came across a spot where the nature seemed to initiate a ‘take-over’?
Once  there was a mighty double birch (planted more than 40 years ago) standing here, but these days it produced more leaves (and a lot of work) than pleasantness.
The leftovers we have been using as a base for flower pots through the summer, but now it seems that nature has other plans . . .?
(Compliments of SRB )

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2 Responses to Nature takes over –

  1. Seenorway says:

    ‘Flott vaktmester’ sier ‘takk for omtanken’!🙂

  2. Mormor says:

    Naturen har som regel ndre planer enn oss mennesker.
    Hils Vaktmesteren🙂

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