after, and I put 6 wheel barrows full of dirt in this bed!! Whew!! Now to finish tomorrow.
Trying to get rid of the VC. I know it will take time but I did it in the back yard so I'm determined to do it here!
Boy is it ever bright in the house now!!!
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now i see there IS a window behind that bush/shrub/vine. bet it is bright inside now.
that was a lot of work. a lot!!
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Wow, Silly - very impressive.
I'd have such an achy back!
WOW lady! You need to take a break! You sound almost as bad as me!
"The soil is the source of life, creativity, culture and real independence." David Ben-Gurion
My goodness, what a difference. I bet you slept good last night, or were you too sore and achy?
Great job!!! I hate when people have these over-grown shrubs and trees blocking their windows. I know you often don't know how large they will get when you first plant them, but many people just leave them there, blocking their windows. You don't want large trees in the front of your house. Good for burglars to hide at night, and not pretty for you.
That was a lot of work! Are you going to add more small perennials to the bed?
I am really embarrassed, but what does VC stand for?
SPRING HAS F I N A L L Y SPRUNG!!!!!
Big improvement - isn't gardening satisfying when you can see such a difference!
I've come to the conclusion that if I don't hurt somewhere I haven't been gardening/working enough! LOL
"I have always had an aversion to the concepts of in style and out of style." ~Rose Tarlow
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Wavy VC is Virginia Creeper vine! I don't have but the one pine tree in my yard. I get my leaves from the neighbor's so don't have to rake
I was surprised I wasn't sore don't know why?? I slept great!!
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