Organising domestic gardens and implications for water use Russell Hitchings Research Fellow, Department of Geography, University College London. Plan of presentation. Background to the study Setting up a system that makes sense What is a garden good for?
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Organising domestic gardens and implications for water useRussell HitchingsResearch Fellow, Department of Geography, University College London
Client: And that variegated one, we could make that a bit more bushy…I wonder whether we can do that? I mean can we still do that? I mean that is something that we should be doing now is it – at the end of summer? But is it the end of summer? I mean what is the gardening end of summer?
Kate: It really isn’t a fixed time thing, its just something to do with when you have had enough time sitting in the garden looking at it, and you feel like cutting things back! (laughter) (observation session