Good Morning!Goodness.. that IS a lot of work to move all that mulch around!Gorgeous irises.We aren't getting blossoms here yet... maybe just a few bloosoms starting on the crabapple trees.Just found your blog, and I'm now following you.Looking forward to reading your posts :)Have a great day!!
Wow, that's a lot of bark! I am jealous:) Have a blessed day dear Nancy, HUGS!
Well done Mr Nancy! Did you feed him up with the carrot/ginger soup?! I hope he liked it. I think 500g of carrots is about 1 lb. But don't quote me on that!!!
Do you rent your husband out?The only thing growing in my yard is wildflowers. Self sowing and drought resistant. I love wildflowers! Non native species in my area are devoured by bugs, rabbits and gophers who pull the plants down into the tunnels. Beautiful iris you have there!
What a huge amount of woodchip! your garden must be vast. The iris are pretty. In our garden is one daffodil, apple blossom, forget-me-not, pink heather, wild violets and bluebells that crept in from the woods, a Christmas tree in a pot and my little orange tree in full bloom and fruit despite the wind and rain. It sounds packed but in reality my garden looking very forlorn.
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