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Liz Heard View Drop Down
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Yeah, lots of dead wood is the ticket! To offset the threat of my partner's future complaints about the'untidy'garden, whenever possible, i'm discerning (or should i say orchestrative (!) in approach) and try to select pieces that look unusual, statuesque, knarled, or otherwise eye-catching too.
Failing that there's always burying it. Just as reptiles expertly home in on heat sources, species such as Honey Fungus will often locate and exploit wood under soil - while all the while giving the impression they're growing on the ground!

Always happy to see (and record) a hedgehog in the garden. We get them now and then.

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