The colchium are coming up everywhere.
Dad would be so pleased.
Next year a flat of this little groundcover is going into the coral bell plot.
It has taken over the yucca and pampas chunk of garden.
Though it's growing its way through the sidewalk cracks over to the coral bells,
a flat booster in spring will bring the project up to speed.
Always weeds, but far fewer than when we started three years ago.
I love all the wooly thyme over here.
This is where all the anemones will appear come spring.
The mandevilla owns its hook.
I have a note on the April page of my 2016 calendar:
A little corner of baloon flowers.
The weeds know this is the place to be, down with delicate little plants and hard to sort out.
A last hurrah from the bee and butterfly plot.
Sedum. It must be September.
Thinning the summer growth.
It surely is September.