This is an adirondack chair that I rescued from the road to provide a frame for my Jude the Obscure rose and Anemones- it also has Foxgloves, Creeping Jenny and Iris's to keep it company.
I think I'll only have to wait another month or so for my Hydrangeas- it's worse than waiting for Christmas EVER was!
Here is phase one of our dry creek- I took the picture standing on what will eventually be the bridge once I get the other half dug. We ran out of rocks..........oh and we're waiting for rain to check low spots before we finish the "bed" with sand and pebbles- but you can at least get the idea of what it will look like.....
This head of Diana was the first piece of sculpture I ever bought- well actually the second, I had to buy her TWICE as the first one got stolen from our garden. I like to hope it was a prank, but I've had other pieces of garden art stolen as well. Now she "lives" well away from the street.
Peony nestled in with my Cinco de Mayo rose- oh I can't wait!
Jackmanni Clematis getting ready to do her thing.....
This is one of six heirloom tomatoes we planted last week- it's called a Mortgage Lifter- I've heard that it's the best tomato you'll ever taste! We also have started seeds for squash, beans, chard, cukes, watermelon and japelenos.....again; I CAN'T wait!
So, that's what's up in the garden, I think the next time I take pictures there will be a LOT more color to share!
Cheers and Happy Friday!