Saturday, May 27, 2017

Around The Wild Cultivated Gardens

The one hundred and fifty foot long arc of hosta got some new additions. They literally fell out of the ground last fall and went in to storage. When I put them back, there were enough for two new beds and two other gardens.





















Potatoes, leeks and Ironweed in the roadside vegetable garden. I think there is a recipe for that.





















Rain makes Lush.





















I bet this is the tidiest and most interesting utility easement in all of Haywood County. 





















As I head to dinner with Bulbarella and Sister #2.





















She came. She saw. It got washed away.





















The Lady is starting to shrivel. She was still fresh a week ago.





















Bulbarella has her own hosta collection.





















A Deutzia in the forest.





















Thursday evening was the last of this round of wet. Sister #2 had one perfect day at the very end.





















Tomorrow I will dive in and edit for elbow room. The planted plants need their space.





















The time of the Lush is here.


2 comments:

Lisa Greenbow said...

Oh yes. It is definitely lush. Editing will be good.

Christopher C. NC said...

Lisa the editing felt good too. I'm on a rain delay at the moment. Then back to a little more.