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To the gate and in full bloom
I spent three hours working on the future birthmonth flower garden/Lantana bed. I had started it two weeks ago today, then took that fall and today was the first time I could really do anything out there. I may pay for it tomorrow but what the heck, I had fun today.
I still need to finish pulling out the grass/weeds you see at the bottom and right of the picture and there is a bit more just outside the picture to do also.
From the clump of dead Redbud stumps to the gate will be covered with black plastic and mulch then I can cut slits for planting the three Lantana I need to move. I have one bush type and two spreading type that just aren't working in the main garden but will be great over there.
I knew Rosemary was an evergreen but I didn't realize it would stay covered in blue blossoms year round too. The bees are having a feast on it too.
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Wow Toni, that is the biggest Rosemary I have EVER seen!
I think this will look great Toni, you'll have a mini butterfly garden with those Latanas :D
It certainly looks as though you're going to be suffering a bit tomorrow after all that hard work Toni. It's definately been worth it though and is going to be great when you've finished. My rosemary has stayed green but hasn't kept flowering - you've obviously got green fingers.
I am excited to see how it turns out!
Oh Toni I am so envious that you will have garden muscles tomorrow LOL. It is still too cold and wet to get outside here and my rosemary is still blooming in the basement. ER
You did alot of work out there toni can't wait to see
It sounds like a great new garden, Toni.
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