My Alaskan fern is just starting to unfurl.
I had said I was gonna to take pictures of the whack job I did on the Butterfly Bush, then totally forgot.
I remembered the next day.
It should have been pruned after it bloomed last year. Or in the fall. Or early this spring at the latest.
It was at least five feet above the fence, so it needed it.
It's like a natural sculpture now, right?
The new bed up against the house has filled in a lot since I last shared photos.
The Lily Of The Valley is comin' on hot and heavy.
The Salal, that started out as a two-leaf start from my mom, is blooming.
He's so cute.
A new Echeveria jumped in my cart recently.
This one is 'Perle von Nurnberg.'
I stuck it in my birdbath planter.
I took some pics of the three trays of seedlings I started.
I've actually moved a few to individual pots, but some are still just barely comin'.
And last, my poor purple rhody has got the creepin' crud.
I'm not sure what I'm going to do.
The leaves are horribly ugly, so I think my only option is to cut it to the ground and start over.
Which I DO NOT want to do.
I haven't made a decision yet.
Pull the plug, or keep it on life support?
He's gonna bloom in spite of it, so I have some time to make a decision.
It helps hide my trashy, compost/potting/pile-all-the-junk, corner.