Ha ha ha ... I've still got TONS of gardens to clean out around the property. And if you haven't read my blog yet I managed to scratch my left cornea while gardening. Isn't this supposed to be a relaxing hobby? LOL Well, I got the trailing arbutus in, plus some new iris corms (rhizomes?). As more things die back I need to divide the iris and some of our lilies...serious work that I'm not sure I can do on my own.
Oh Hey! I forgot to log my exercise for today!
Edited by: TRAINOF4 at: 10/1/2009 (05:28)
Stay calm and carry on.
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I have purchased some cool stuff on ebay & I'm very excited to get them in the ground.
First I got some jack in the pulpit, trailing arbutus (grown from cuttings, not taken from the wild), two tea olive shrubs (osmanthus fragrans), a couple of peacock ferns, and 4 new shades of iris that we don't have. Unfortunately I also need to divide the iris we DO have. I'm going to put the divisions on free cycle instead of moving them somewhere else.
I'm just so excited to have my new plants! Now that my knee has made such progress it will be wonderful to get my garden ready for winter - and spring at the same time! Yaaay! And by springtime!? Yippeee!!
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