This is only the beginning. This should keep me busy for the rest of my life. We spend the entire day in the yard yesterday, putting in a Berry Bed, and adding amended soil to the 2 beds in the front, moving a few plants, adding some moss (instead of mulch) in the shade garden, and mulching. Back breaking, rewarding work. We went through about a 1000 lbs of amended soil yesterday. We're in Middle GA.Awesome, mA. What an undertaking. It will be beautiful! I thought I was being industrious in making a diy scarecrow for our veggie garden. I hope you enjoy the gentile life. Where in the South did you move?
Also, want to say that your pup is incredible. And, I am on board with that nuptial contract you mentioned, a while back, between my granddot, and Pickles. He is one handsome little guy; even with the blue tongue!
I didn't always. It's something I've had to nurture. I still have failures, but I think the most important thing I've learned is that if a plant is unhappy where it is, it will let you know. Pay attention to the plant, not the tag that says "full sun" "shade" "partial shade". While that's a good place to start, it's not always where the plant wants to be. Your zone will sometimes change the rules.Beautiful...wish I had a talent for gardening, unfortunately, I do not but hubby does.