The wooden pot that I've had sitting on the old Magnolia stump for yeeeaaaars finally gave up the goat.
I pulled the plants out of it and stuck them down in another pot I had.
A Hellebore next to it is attempting to survive Libby.
She runs the fence line like a maniac and to get there, she tears through the beds.
My daffodils, hostas, and lilies are the most recent babies to take a beating.
Not sure how I'm gonna teach her to get, and stay, the hell out of there.
Did ya see that Forsythia?
I prune it twice every year in order to suit the size of the yard, and it doesn't seem to mind much.
This is another pot that will have to be retired.
I moved it a few weeks ago and it fell over while it was waiting in limbo.
Broke the whole side off.
Shoulda left it where it was.
I got this Hebe last year and it bloomed all winter.
I just deadheaded it and it has got a new bloom again.
More little daffodils.
And last, my hanging porch pots that have had these licorice ferns growing out of the bottom for years.
I stuck a few pansies down in them last week.
That's it for now.