He's a keeper...I have some Japanese Yew in a couple of containers.
Darla, we've been together now 16 years and I'm still amazed at how much he can do. He's a keeper for sure. :)
Wonderful! How is the pond doing? I love garden ponds and your looked like it was going to be really nice.
Always ones for MORE power. The Engineer and The Fireman (beloved across the street neighbor) wrapped a chain to one bush and attached it to a pickup. All menfolk were very happy with themselves :-)
ThreeC, I'll try and get a pond post up this week. :) It looks good, but we still need more rock for the border. FC is lucky I don't live close. I'd be helping myself to a few of his nice big rocks.Froggy, men are so damn funny!
I'm thinking of planting a cracker rose underneath the window there. I think it would look pretty with my veggies all planted around it. Checked Antique Rose Emporium but they were all sold out.
There's always a need for muscle in garden!
No more standing on a chair to look out the window,LOL! Yep, hubbies are good "most of the time" :)
wow, that really opened up a lot of space and light. And, you do have a good one. :-)
Oh, how I wish you lived close or that our Florida relatives were up for a visit and willing. I could send you wondrous rocks of every description as we live on a mighty rocky farm. Darn it anyhow.
Not familiar with Cracker rose. What is it?
Anon, it's an antique china rose that was hybridized in 1834. Grows great in Florida.
Let the sun shine in!!!! Great job by your hubby :)
Great! It really opens up that spot and makes for a place you can fill up!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
I have one of those too !! He constantly amazes me xo les Gaang
Now, that was a big job. I can relate of late.
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