@Acerholic , hi D, about 17 metres of trench for the cherrylaurel hedge have been dug today, the rest of 6 metres and the holes on the hill for Fireglow, Summergold and Nicholsonii are planned for tomorrow. Digging in our garden is a backbreaking work with all the stones. We had some discussions with the neighbours about a wild seemling tree of about 5 metres that was growing right next to the fence between our properties. It was in a corner behind the chicken scoop that I had only been able to enter after all the bushes had been cut down, so I hadn't realized there was one growing next to the fence. First they didn't want to cut it down, although it had already made a hole in the fence. I offered them that I would cut it down for them and that I would remove all parts of the tree out of their garden, in the end I could convince them and my workmen cut it down. But of course all of this took some time. And then I baked a cake for them to thank them. I will post fotos tomorrow in the evening when they will hopefully have finished everything. Then I will google the weatherforecast and plan when I can plant the 3 on the hill. Good night.