This afternoon I went out in the back and PULLED out overgrown plants. I guess I should have worn gloves because now my hands are red and sore.
You can see below how much of the back ledge I've cleared now,
and how much I have left to do. The ivy and honeysuckle are alive and well.
This little cutie is a leftover from the former owners. I don't much like cupids or cherubs, but, Roxie, you can swing by here any time you want and pick it up since you do like them.
This birdbath is also a leftover. I may keep it if I can make it stable and upright and I'll move the bunny to the patio.
umm... mumsy... if you truly don't want that cupid... *big innocent bambi eyes*
of course if you come get it and get here before Roxie does...it's yours
Oh, Like I'm going to take it home on the airplane in my carry-on luggage? Go for it, Sweet MaryRose!
What a load of weeding and clearing you have done! My gorsh! the new yard is looking lovely.
Sympathize about the vines, totally! If I didn't live 3000 miles away, I would take the cupid too. I'm not into cutesy stuff but that's a nice one.
50 lb bag of alfalfa pellets from the feed store, plain
2 bags of chicken manure
1 large bag of composted redwood bark
add a pile of leaves if you can find some, and whatever kitchen compost you can come up with, or else add another bag of something good.
Mix and stir for a week or two.
It does amazing things to a garden. This year I will make twice as much.
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