Seventy new anemone bulbs went above the pavers.
Emily surveying one hundred mixed spring bulbs, snow crocus and such like,
to go in the Canterbury Bell garden to her left.
Laura reading how deep to plant the new allium bulbs.
My job is to clear out the old iris vegetation between the pampas grass.
All the green gone back to earth, as an old gardener said to me recently.
The new "two faced" iris have been planted, One is there at the extreme right, waiting for spring.
Forty one degrees as we worked. Definitely too cold.
This pretty ground cover still has little blue flowers.
I am pleased with how quickly the ground covers are owning the garden.
These were from one inch pots this spring.
Checking which side goes up. Or down, as the case may be.
Half done. Grandma has cleared the spent foliage from between the pampas before retiring to watch.
And I think we'll take down the bird baths next weekend and get all the feeders up.