Take one half-decent border (above) and take up the path in front of it:
Take out the plants in the front part of the border and temporarily pot them up, then dig over the remaining soil:
Build a wall round three sides:
Build a wall at the back, put the plants back in and ask the Golfer to lay a new path where the middle of the border had been:
Now build a wall round the back section of the border:
Hey Presto, job done – and we no longer have that pile of bricks* any more! I have also gained not only level borders but access to plants that were previously in the middle of a border and ones I didn’t realise were still alive, and at least an additional square metre of planting space!
That’s my six for this Saturday, and now I am off to see what the SoS host, Jon the Propagator, has been up to – why don’t you do the same?
*only to be replaced by a different pile of bricks, to create a similar realignment of the adjacent border (although sadly without gaining additional planting space)