Sunday, May 13, 2007


The disc follows the plowing to pave the way for planting. Frosty temperatures preclude any further action. Next week marks the time when the danger of cold damage lessens. We'll get some seeds and onion sets in then.

Marcia works on weeding our formal perennial garden. The pergola to the left is covered with morning glories in summer and a large clementis in early fall. These garden carts are very helpful!

Bill is spraying weeds around our gazebo zen garden. We hope to keep unwanted visitors under control as much as possible before they grow and become more invasive.

One of our early plants is flowering in partial shade. We don't know the name of it, but can you imagine anything prettier?

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