A couple of weeks ago, while Emily was away a few days,
Laura and I got a decent start on the front yard.
But, Emily really wanted a tree out there, too.
Our favorite nursery has a "Charlie Brown" section, where we found a little Japanese red maple.
We picked up their last two pots of my plant that solves all, wooly thyme.
And last weekend put them in the ground.
Emily dug an almighty hole for the tree,
and Laura put in the wooly thyme.
I think we are done until spring, when we see how all our transplants from the old garden fared.
Well, I have ordered a hundred anemones, a hundred paper narcissus bulbs, and
a dozen or so allium (now, those are expensive buggers!) to plant in the fall.
Our new little tree is behind the bench, which I think probably will rust to nothing before we must move it out of the tree's way.