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Q.What Do I Do With The Bottom Of My Garden? It Has Gone All Wet And Boggy.

Zone England | StephSteph added on January 17, 2022 | Answered

I’ve just moved into a new house and the garden backs onto the local woodlands. The grass just in front of this wooded area has gone all wet and muddy. The grass is refusing to grow because the trees are blocking the sun to dry it from all the rain. Is there any way I can get the grass to grow again? Or should I plant some kind of plant there?

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Answered on January 17, 2022

If there is no way to cut the tree down and allow light to the area, you can choose a plant meant for such an area.

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