I may still be waiting for my vegetable garden to produce, but spring has definitely brought the rest of the yard to life. I planted a few buckets, but everything else is the result of years of intentional neglect or unintentional attention.
Such as how I purposefully disregard the way the honeysuckle inhibits ease of entry through the back gate.
~A perfect example of intentional neglect.
Or the way my husband accidentally pulled the clematis along with the elm starts in a maniacal effort to clean things up a bit.
~A perfect example of unintentional attention.
(It really wasn't as terrible as it sounds as the clematis was barely existing.)
I have a few seeds planted; sunflower,sweet peas,morning glory and columbine. I've described this process in a previous post.
|these yellow roses are prolific in and around the bunny pen and the chicken coop~they are just about to burst|
|hawthorn tree, yellow roses, and pansies|
|we have 2 varieties of purple lilac and our whites are tall trees creating a green fence down one side of the yard|
|violets and mock orange and four 'o clocks|
|euphorbia, violets, red wild roses and a dandelion :)|
|the golf balls do not fall into any of the aforementioned philosophies|
Thanks for coming. Y'all come back now. Ya hear!