The line, it’s a straight one, out about 11ft.
That’s the length between my corner of Tetrapanax papyrifer and the red sempervivum next to my neighbor’s driveway.
The red sempervivum next to which I recently noticed a tiny tetrapanax baby. A baby that somehow traveled under 8ft of concrete driveway to emerge ready to grow tall. Thankfully my neighbor looked at this as a gift, not a curse.
The circle is just up the street, in another neighbor’s front garden. This is a chestnut, and its roots are going to strangle it…someday.
Right? I mean this can’t be good.