In this video we’re showing how we turned a patch of waste ground into a useful and beautiful new space. We spent the last weeks wearing down the mountain of rocks covered in soil, grasses and nettles. It was hard work, especially as we’re not use to digging in our no-dig gardens for years now. Being resourceful has always been a priority, so we built a stone wall and covered the area in free cardboard after leveling the ground. Then topped it off with woodchips for a fertile and even finish. We will be planting some special plants in this area in the coming weeks, such as Magnolia, Ginkgo, white Fuchsia, Goji berries and perpetual Rhubarb.