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Not quite directly lab question but associated!

Holly is now 6 months and appears to be happy to stop destroying the garden plants, so we are keen to tr6 and get some live plants back into the garden!

can anyone suggest lab/dog friendly plants for borders?

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One thing I've noticed over the years, if there is some sort of a curb around the flower beds to mark the edge it's relatively easy to train a Labrador to stay off where without a curb they just don't seem to understand! I have used those rolls of edging logs. They seem to understand not to step over it.

I'm a lazy gardener and prefer herbaceous plants which will be around year after year. Dwarf Rhododendrons, Heathers, Hardy Fuchsia, Shrub Potentilla's. The heathers in front of the summer house are around the fish pond, and that's a Clematis growing up the side of the summer house. To me that's a lazy garden. I can mow the lawn with the mower in one hand and a can of larger in the other




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