Wow, that is a bad title-- but I just could not, for the life of me, crank out anything else.
Obviously I cannot crank out any correct sentence structure or grammar either…but whose noticing, right?
Spring has finally sprung a little in our corner of the world! I was so excited I almost took my chubby self outside and did me an Indian Welcome Sun Dance all over my front yard….
….but my loincloth was at the dry cleaners.
The dry cleaners saves my dignity again……
Some of you might remember that I moved into a new house in September. There was quite a bit of landscaping done by the original owners. I have been excited for Spring to get here so that I could see just exactly what was going to bloom and grow!
I have popcorn trees!
I have waited my whole life to have a popcorn tree. I feel completed. At least as far as foliage goes.
I also have vast amounts of rhubarb in very odd places.
Like they thought it was some kind of sacred shrubbery or something.
Well, we do NOT worship the rhubarb in this house, so I have been trying to get rid of it by giving it the evil eye. I haven’t had a lot of luck yet but I’m expecting it to pop out of the ground, pull up its leaves, and high tail it out of here at any minute.
Yes, I AM a Master Gardener, why do you ask?
Which brings me to pictures. I, of course, am NOT a Master Gardner but I would love to be one some day. I just have not had the time or space to devote to it yet. I’m hoping that here in this new house that will change. Since my blog feels naked without pictures, I thought I would include some pictures from last year when I still lived on my mountain with a garage door on my ceiling….
But we did alright in spite our all our 4 legged critter visitors. I tried the square foot method and LOVED it!
Some lovely flowers…..
This year I have actually started all my OWN little growies and they’re coming up and we are just waiting for the last frost to pay us a visit and then we will get outside and plant. For a plant nerd like me, its awfully exciting! Maybe we just need one of those Indian Welcome Sun Dances……