Ahhhhhhhhhhh. I have been digging in the dirt.
And I forgot how hard that is on my back. But really, I just wasn’t going to waste an afternoon that is 60F and sunny. Here is the Frozen Northeast Ohio 60F translates to 80F in other parts of the country.
We take what we can get.
I have to saw that for the last few years I have enjoyed watching the slow progress of the moss as it crept across certain areas of the back garden. But the time has come to clean it all out and neaten things up a bit.
Oh my aching back.
I just want to remind you that when you put something into your garden know what it is going to do when planted. This is the sedum that ate the world. It came from the Parental Units and nothing, not even nuclear winter, can kill this stuff. One little piece breaks off and you have an infestation.
It always happens this way. Always. I think, “Hmmm, I probably should get out there and spray the day lilies as they first come up so they don’t get munched on. I will do that tomorrow if the weather is nice.”
Well it is tomorrow. And last night the
filthy quadrupeds from the woods deer visited the garden.
Tomorrow LookLeap and I go over to the big garden to mark off the squares and think about the first BLTs.
They can’t be that far away.