It's time to check out what's happening in the garden this week!
I finally found the flowers that I was looking for to plant in my little galoshes: pink begonias and blue lobelia. That blue butterfly is a light that was in our daughter's room when she was a little girl, and now it's a "night light" by the back door.
This chair was all chippy and in desperate need of a new paint job.
Now it's RED!
And it holds an old enamel bowl full of a variety of sedum.
And the frame surrounding the sign that certifies our backyard as a wildlife habitat got a whitewashing.
Tulips surrounding the mailbox.
The garden out on the corner of our yard. This garden is full of tulips and grape hyacinths.
Lovely red tulips.
The Bleeding Heart, or Dicentra, is finally starting to bloom.
So are the Virginia Bluebells.
These pink hyacinths that I found at Lowes for 99 cents will go in The Lamppost Garden. Yes, I have a name for every one of the gardens! And I have alot of gardens. By the end of the summer, you will think I'm either crazy for having so many gardens, or you will feel sorry for me and come help me weed!!!
NEXT WEEK: Weather permitting, two RED things go in The Lamppost Garden!