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The weeds on the compost heap, I began feeding the shrubs with Blood, Fish and Bone.----
I am wondering whether the "Blood, Fish and Bone" above indicates "the weeds" and "the compost heap" or not, or indicates something else?
The context is :
And she'd reply, "I prefer to be called by my maiden name, from now on."
The weeds on the compost heap, I began feeding the shrubs with Blood, Fish and Bone. Three miles away Patrick Beeman would be working down a list of bullet points with Lorna: General Procedure, Custody, Money, House, Pensions, Miscellaneous, Standard Fees.
Excerpted from David Mitchell's novel "The Massive Rat":
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I now think the narrator used the Blood, Fish and Bone to feed the shrubs.
It seems I have to learn something about the gardening...]