Good Morning Reader,
Come walk with me through the garden so I can show you what is growing.
I planted a few perennials and lobelia outside the front door. I hope they grow. I've had a hard time getting anything to grow here.
I tested the soil this week and our ph and fertility are in the range to grow just about anything I want so that is not the problem. Maybe it is my watering habits or wrong choice of plants? Don't know but I'll keep trying. All of these plants were marked down for slight frost damage so I won't be out too much if they don't like it here.
Beets are starting to sprout.
It's time to get some serious weeding done.
The strawberries are still alive so maybe I planted them correctly. The raspberries are still just sticks poking up out of the ground.
Here are my old berries. I hope we get some fruit this year.
The best thing that happened was that the dog got her own yard so now she will have to leave mine alone. We let her out but only when we are outside with her.
Vinca major. Never plant this unless you want it forever!
This spinach overwintered and is about ready to harvest.
I see asparagus!
Hannah, Elijah, and Sarah have claimed a flower bed to beautify. The girls are sharing this spot.
Here is Elijah's. He transplanted some day lily and iris.
And that's it for now. I saw a lot of trash out there which I need to get cleaned up. One of our dog's annoying habits was getting into things and tearing them up all over the grass! I've been watering every week and the grass is starting to green up. It's nice to see green plants and leaves again.
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