Jackie spent most of another fine spring day working on her soil replenishment project. Can you spot her?
You certainly can now
that the sunlight has provided her with a new fashion print.
To the left of the eucalyptus can be seen one of the freshly planted mimuluses. Here is another.
The red Japanese maple stands at the bottom right of the opening picture. It is also evident in this view from the frog pond. Actually the pond is a filled cistern containing water lilies and no frogs. It acquired its name when Jackie unearthed the stone amphibians in the undergrowth.
I provided a modicum of assistance in the soil replenishment process; carted compost about; did some watering; and dug a big hole, filling it with more nutritious matter, for a lost label clematis. The benefit of such a buy is that you get much more for your money, and the fun of…
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