Thursday, June 13, 2013

Been Bizzy Here Lately......

Bizzy, bizzy, bizzy!! We got 2 yards of red mulch for $60, $35 extra delivered.  I think I have filled 11 wheel barrels full so far.....with much more yet to go.
So I have been working on my different gardens, with my "Fountain Garden" in the picture below. I still have much more to do, but it is coming along fine. Picked up that little goose at a garage sale, isn't he cute??? I need to redo the fountain and dig a hole deeper for the liner, which means moving all the rocks again. But in the mean time, this works for now.
 In the picture below, I made this cute little "angel garden" tonight, adding the brick, mulch, and snow on the mountain.
 Now this picture below is my "patio garden." Layed the mulch down around the bricks and side garden tonight. Sometime this summer we are going to get a picnic table, Sam's Club seems to have the best price.
 In the picture below is my "Tomato Garden." In the forefront, is an old wheel barrel with burpless cucumber plants.......hopefully I will get some cucumbers this year. I will also have some onions planted in that little box. Also planted in the garden is a perennial daisy plant.
 In the picture below is the "fire pit garden" as you can see there is a lot to do and lots of weeds to pull. See that ugly shed to the right of the garden??? I want to paint the shed white and make some painted flowers on it, spruce it up a bit, but that may not be till July or so, after I get all my gardens done and all the mulch spread.
I still have a few other gardens going, but those are still needing some TLC. Eventually it will all come together. 

Well, I think I will close for now, have to get dinner going for JP's dinner tonight. Making a few cards also, seems my cards get put on the back burner when there is garden work to do. So much to do and so little plate is full. Have a great day and keep looking up for your redemption draws nigh.
Cheers ~ Louise


Attic Clutter said...

oh they look so nice..whew you been a busy girl

Connie said...

You have been very busy. I love the smell of cedar mulch, that was a great price :) Is that violets growing in the last photo? They look amazing, you must have a wonderful green thumb :)
I wish you lived closer, so we could plan a couple hours each week to practice guitar together. It is always fun to play with a friend :)
Have a wonderful week.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)
P.S. I would love to have you as a mutual follower . . . please think about following me back :)

Connie said...

Going on a garden walk . . . than sounds delightful. There are many two and three chord songs out there. That's where I would start. Go to my Strumming & Singing Blog (find it on my profile page) Then go down the right side column and hit two chord songs. You will find Waltz Across Texas and Jambalaya, two easy songs to start out with :) Have fun.
Thanks so much for becoming a follower to my blog. You have made my day :)

Anonymous said...

I love the mulch around the pavers!! You are doing an awesome job!!


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