Thursday, May 16, 2013
Today was moving day.
About two thirds of the plants I had stored in my parent's garden over the winter came home with me tonight. I focussed just on plants for the south lasagna garden, where all of the oranges, reds and yellows will go.
I always place all of the plants first to give myself a chance to change my mind after I see them all out together. The big change I did at this phase was to move the Honeyberry bushes into the centre because I did not realize how much a 125 cm spread really was until I got out the tape measure - I don't want them hanging into the driveway.
Finally all ready to go, for today at least.
Believe it or not I managed, with the help of my nephew, to get them all planted and watered before dark.
Watch for a map in the coming week before I forget where everything has gone!
Posts from the Past
- WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - bleeding heart
- PRUNING THE VINE - advice required!
- GUERRILLA GARDENING - close to home
- MY FIRST TASTE OF LASAGNA - sublime
- MACRO MONDAY - crocus
- WEEKEND FLOWERS - moon garden
- A RISK WORTH TAKING
- A RAINY DAY FOR GARDENING - cedar hedge
- PLANT SALE REVIEWS
- FLORAL FRIDAY - iris in bloom
- STILL MY GARDEN
- MOVING DAY
- GARDEN BLOGGERS BLOOM DAY - first bloom of the yea...
- WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - signs of spring II
- THE ALPINE GARDEN IS IN - cast your vote
- MACRO MONDAY - small critter, long journey
- ONTARIO COTTAGE ROUNDUP
- RAKE IT BABY, RAKE IT - a visit to the ontario cot...
- WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - signs of spring
- I PROBABLY SHOULD NOT ADMIT IT, BUT...
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