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Day four - Preparing our gardens

  • Posted May 1, 2008 by Cathrine in Our Home. Viewed 3984 times

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May 16, 2008

New life! Some of my “babies” have shown themselves in the last couple of days. I am so blessed.

Yesterday, I did some more planting and transferring. I cut down my tulips, some premature because their petals will drop soon. My pot count is up to 67 now. I bought some plants and potted them in lager pots. We had our pea stone delivered this afternoon that we will lay on the side of the house as planned. That will be our project tomorrow.

Above to the left - Day Lilies

Above and below-

I have cut down my tulips and divided up some of these multiples. Unfortunately, I can not remember what I put in these areas last Spring. I think they are a lily. I planted so many perennials in pots and some in the ground, and others that were only annuals. I must have their tags somewhere. Last year was my biggest “pot” planting season. Unfortunately, I wasn't blogging then.

This tag represents the tall flowers below-

Yesterday, I bought 2 pots of Beard-Tongue. The lighting was poor today when I shot these, actually it was raining.

This tag is for the 2 pots below. I hadn't heard of Tickseed before I came across these at the store. I thought they would give me some immediate color.

These two brown pots and the blue pot have Irises in them. I broke them up and transferred them from one pot, because they had knotted up so bad they weren't blooming.

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    • # Liz

      Looks like things should soon be very colorful around your house!

      2008.05.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Neffijer

      Things are coming up nicely....and it looks as though you've put a lot of work into the garden already. Great job!

      2008.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynda

      My you are busy??bet it all looks beautiful. Can't wait to see everything in full bloom.

      2008.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Diane Davis

      Gardening seems to have to be done all at once. Keep us informed on how everything is coming. Nice pictures.

      2008.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Nice set.. You did a lot of work.. I'm tired just thinking reading about it. (laughter)

      2008.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Hazza

      if you have any spare time :
      my garden can only be described as *a challenge*

      2008.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel