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Monday, June 21, 2010
Wrapping Up An Enthusiastic Spring
With eager fervor many projects were tackled in the garden this spring. Too many to detail but suffice to say there have been at least (I stopped counting after a while) 9 yards of dirt hauled and spread, 7 yards of pine mulch, several yards of horse manure, 15 bales of pine straw, 418 pounds of flagstone, hundreds of square feet of sod removed, and oodles of plants planted, divided, seeded, and tended.
So before we say goodbye to this most beloved season of possibilities and promise here's a look at some of the overflow of photos from the bulging spring files.
Somehow none of these recently-snapped photos have made it into a blog post before now. So here goes a random mish-mash of scenery from many parts of the garden...
While our passion is not nearly as great for your arrival, we greet you with whole-hearted resolve to meet the added challenges you bring our way.
That sounds good anyway, doesn't it!