After four days of rain and thunderstorms, today the weather was pleasantly cloudy and dry. It was still too damp to resume painting the shed, but it did give Jeff and Aaron a chance to resume work on the Hidden Garden. They finished setting the stepping stones in sand. It's a pretty informal path as we just used whatever pavers/stones we had leftover in piles.
They also put in the pad for the bench. We had this chunk of urbanite hanging out in the driveway and it proved to be the perfect size for the bench.
Then they finished amending the soil with many bags of cow manure and double-digging most of the planting beds. Jeff also dug in the crimson clover so it would serve as green manure.
We managed to get the most critical plants in the ground (i.e. bareroot bulbs), but it was a long day and we were tired so we called it quits before all the plants made it into the ground. Hopefully, the weather will still be nice enough tomorrow to finish.
They'll grow in to fill the space!ReplyDelete
Grateful for the rain you got, I know we could use some.
Why not paint her paw prints right on the bench? That would bring a smile to your face every time you see it.
Have a wonderful weekend!
What a wonderful idea about the paw prints. I'll definitely consider that option. :)Delete
It's already looking quite wonderful.ReplyDelete