Tuesday, February 07, 2012

February Garden

Saturday's sky over Petunia's Garden.  The benefit of a garden blog is looking back at prior years.  After two years 'on-hold,' do I have this June garden to look forward to again?  And Sunflowers and pumpkins and green (or purple) beans.

Thanks to Coffee Bag Mulch Magic  the main garden rows will be ready for spring with only a little preparation.  Those are iris leaves flopped on the bags in the lower right hand corner.  They have had their time in the garden and need to move out.  There are more rows with out of control herbs and weeds.
And then there is this tree, plus several remaining native shrubs bordering the garden.  They need to be moved, if it is still possible.  They landed here temporarily in our 2nd year at the house when we had extras from the King County bare-rooted tree/shrub sale. 


Anonymous said...

Gardening is a wonderful hobby. Some people focus only on growing flowers and plants, while others grow vegetables. Some gardeners are so motivated and enjoy gardening so much that they grow everything, from flowers to vegetables.

sarahcolin1 said...

Flower gardening is the best part time activity. You can plant the beautiful and colorful gardens in your backyards or even in your balcony. The only thing you need is to follow the proper flower gardening tips and take care of your plants. Flowering shrubs are best for indoor gardening as they do not grow taller and have an attractive appearance.
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