When We removed the Opal plum tree from this place last fall, we had no special plans for the plot. It is full of daff bulbs which would present their colours in the spring. They did just that, then came the Aquilegia’s and corn blooms. When all had gone over, we gave this old plum plot a proper cleaning and my Bride came with the suggestion of making a tutte tuin. I do not know the translation, but tuttig means something like “prissy”, and tuin is “garden”. We just went out and got some very inexpensive plot plants. These are typically found on municipal plots throughout the city. I have to say, this planting choice is not our first choice, but we wanted something, inexpensive, easy, annual and some kind of pretty. This is what we came up with: It was the Bride’s creation, but I do like it. Alot. So much that I have agreed with her to do this every year. We can keep the weeds at bay and try something new each year. BTW— the sunflower plants were thanks to the tits, dunnocks or some other creature. We just let them stand to see what kind was in that bag of mixed seeds for garden birds.