While at the nursery I could not resist buying a nectarine tree. They even gave me a discount and I came home and planted it straight away at the bottom of the other side of my garden. The soil there was much easier to dig and seems quite different in quality. Mixed the organic compost, organic potting mix with the original soil in equal ratios as advised for my previous plantings and added some dolomite. Also put the special tree food from the nursery at the bottom of the hole before I planted and topped with lucerne mulch once I finished planting.
This time though I did something different. I soaked both trees in their nursery containers in a bucket of water until no bubbles came to the top. The nursery told me this gets rid of air bubbles in the soil.
Here are some more photos of that corner of my garden. When I first brought my house I did not even know there was a rock edging there it was so overgrown. The plantings here are my first plantings at the house and I love this wild corner of the garden.