|A little pile of mulch - all that's left of my tree.|
That's a squashed lilac and forsythia in the background. It looks sad, but I'm sure they will survive and my fence was unharmed (good news). More good news is I now have an even better sunny area in which to plant my vegetable garden. Remember Barbara Pleasant’s book from an earlier post? I’ve been drooling over her easy organic garden plans for weeks. I purchased some rabbit fencing (I'm bound and determined not to feed those rascally rabbits) and some blocks to surround my garden and further deter the bunnies.
The Rock Star helped me fence in a 12 foot square area today and tomorrow I will purchase 8 more blocks to finish the square and my bags of soil and veggie seeds. We’ve had such a warm spring, I can’t imagine having cold enough weather to harm seedlings but most people in this area say wait until after Mother’s Day to plant. Guess I’ll purchase my seeds and wait on my seedlings - maybe. I'M SO EXCITED I can barely stand it! Don’t you love the way dirt smells? Now I'm off to listen to The Rock Star play bass with his band. That's me - gardener by day, groupie by night ;<)