The gardens here are burgeoning with plant material, and when I think there is no available space for anything else, I come home with another treasure that fits in perfectly.
This little beauty has an important space to fill, literally.
I think the yellow flowers will look lovely against the backdrop of the "iceberg" as we have named this ugly white monolith that stares down over what once was our very private garden.
But enough of all that ugliness. Today was an absolutely beautiful spring day and with the stay at home biz it was a day to enjoy what one has in front of them. I spent a great deal of time planting things that have been in pots stuffed in back corner of the kitchen garden. While I was doing this MeMa said she was going to do a little cleaning in my greenhouse. She didn't see the look of fear in my eyes as she trundled off toward her target. Now in my defense the greenhouse in the winter is mainly a storage facility for the many large potted plants that are not winter hardy. During that time it is impossible to do any of those fun greenhouse things because there is no floor space.
Two days earlier I had removed all these stored plants and was planning on getting the greenhouse all sparkling clean and tidy, no really I was. I just operate on a slightly slower speed than MeMa.
While I continued my work in the garden there was a lot of grumbling and a few expletives escaping out of the greenhouse. Name calling such as "You're such a plopper, why can't you just put things away?" I wisely chose to not hear too much more and continued my work in the safety of the gardens.
At one point I got dangerously close to the greenhouse entrance and found that she had purposely piled it with both junk and treasure so that I could not get near.
But by the end of the day treasures were neatly stored on very organized shelves and all the junk was gone.
Makes watering the seed trays so much easier
Actually it is nice to just sit and look around the greenhouse. Note to self, don't be a plopper!