What can you do with extra dirt?? I made a small mound of a flowerbed. Planted a hydrangea and some petunias. Some pachysandra and a little grass plant called "blue-eye". Made a stepping stone walk between the mound and another flowerbed,
Found some black-eyed susan starts, another grass plant from a container. So two more flowerbeds. The plant with the yellow blooms , that is the pachysandra. The hardiest plant I have ever come across. I bought one flat , as a ground cover 10 years ago. I think I have grown about 15 flats of it since then. Grows in sun or shade Hope all of you are enjoying summer. I am still a bit under the weather, but trying to shake it off. xo
Isn't it fun to do something new outside with things your already have to start with?ReplyDelete
Praying for you, that you feel so much better very soon. Its not fun to not feel good when the sun is out...rest while you have a chance.
I'm very impressed! That's a LOT of work - YAY for you. Loved the photos and your pairing of plants!!ReplyDelete
Glad for the flower beds but, are you working too hard, too soon? Being sick and all...?ReplyDelete
We always made mounds of dirt to plant our autumn pansies on. Don't work too hard. Feel better soon.ReplyDelete
don't forget you gave some of that plant to me and now I have two flower beds full of it!ReplyDelete
Your flowers look pretty! I hope you feel better soon!ReplyDelete
Your Petunias are the prettiest color, Susie. The garden is coming along nicely. It rained here this week! It's a rare ocassion for it to rain in a California summer.
I knew you would find something to di with that dirt besides dishing it up! Love your petunias. I still don't have any outside flowers...what the heck is wrong with me? xo DianaReplyDelete
Good job on using the dirt! Your little garden looks beautiful. I hope you get to feeling better. Whatsamatta you?ReplyDelete
It sounds like you have accomplished a lot with that extra dirt! Take care of yourself, Susie. Don't try to do too much! xo NellieReplyDelete
very nice indeed!ReplyDelete