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Well nearly 5 tonne of soil, This is a little landscaping job I'm working on at the minute, one side was to be turfed and the other some decorative stone which is yet to be done. I'll get some pics up when its done.







Soil down and level in.





Finished appart from a couple of rolls



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looks great simon :thumbup1: our turf laying season is over now we are getting heavy frost in the morning now.

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that is greta mate, laying the turf in stripes gives it the edge mate, well done.


It does make all the difference to the finished effect, although on larger areas if your starting in the middle with two of you it can become confusing..........

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