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1930sHousewife Sun 14-Feb-16 13:25:45


I am looking for advice on how to fill in the hole that will be left if I remove the shrub in front of our house. See pic.

I'm concerned that as soon as I get rid of the hedge the foundations will be at risk with all of this rain we have been getting.

Any ideas/suggestions? Am I worrying over nothing?

Thanking in advance

DoreenLethal Sun 14-Feb-16 13:27:44

You are worrying over nothing.

If you want to fill the hole, why not some fruit? An apple which you can espalier and strawberries at ground level?

Sparklycat Sun 14-Feb-16 13:39:44

Just put dirt down to fill the hole?

1930sHousewife Sun 14-Feb-16 13:42:49

Thank you, I thought I might be over worrying.

I wasn't sure if i just filled it with earth the water would get into the house?

I think I'll do that and maybe add some nice border plants - it will only be temporary until we have the driveway done anyways

What did people do for advice before Mumsnet?! smile

specialsubject Sun 14-Feb-16 13:53:26

removing plants that suck up water does increase ground flood risk, as does sticking down more tarmac. Be careful.

DoreenLethal Sun 14-Feb-16 14:03:01

Not when they are that small!

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