Some nice piece out there, done it many years ago when there wasn't much to choose from in the shops.looking good and great idea using hardscape you have collected for free.
Same as above though, give it all a bit of a scrub and a soak.
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I keep the cuttings when I prune our Blueberries and other <"Heathers"> (Erica, Calluna) etc.blueberries branches
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All this "heather" type wood is good for nano-scapes etc.
It had a bit of a <"vogue about ten years ago">, but seems to have fallen off the radar again.I have seen "heather" today at the forest they are really nice
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