Sorry I've been MIA but I've been working on projects and I just happen to have one to show you. This is a picture of our side yard. It doesn't get much sun so it's just been neglected. You can see from the picture that I "almost" forgot to take that before picture.
My Dad gave me the rototiller and Marlene, my friend Melissa's Mom, brought it down from up north when she came to visit Melissa and her boys.
I tilled about 3 rows then remembered to bust-out-my camera. This rototiller is a BEAST. Here is a picture of my husband taking down a little tree for me. He finished the tilling for me, on Father's Day; what a guy.
Here's it is as a fresh slate, ready for planting. Just think of the possibilities.
Although I still have to put down some mulch, I just couldn't wait to show you.
We had a "stash" of broken concrete pieces accumulating behind the garage so we decided to go "green" and use them for the path. Technically, they're too far apart, but it works for now.
The best part of this project is that it didn't cost one-red-cent. I just love the wicker twin headboards and I've had them for a few years, just waiting for a home.
I split all of the perennials and I had the garden art in the garage. Yes, it's true. I told you I love me some "stuff".
Here is the entrance to the garden from the backyard.
How are things in your garden so far?
Thanks for stopping by,