|In the process of re-vamping the previous owners' dog pen. To the left is future Xeriscaping. To the right are veggie beds and wildflowers.|
|Flowers discussed in June 2nd post in front and rear, two garden beds, flagstone path and wildflowers seedlings|
|Four types of hot peppers, sweet onions, germinating carrots, three types of tomatoes, two types of squash and chocolate sweet pepper|
|Wildflower patch contains two Hollyhocks, three Coneflowers, Coreopsis, Lupine, Bee Balm and constantly reappearing weeds.|
|Window boxes contain Trailing Petunias, Zinnias and Snapdragons|
|I planted Belleflowers and Minifamous annuals under the mailbox|
It's taken me so long to post all of these pictures that I've got to hurry and post new pictures...of our HAIL-DAMAGED(!!) garden. This weekend will be full of damage-control as well as our already planned landscaping work. We are planning on edging and landscaping the area to the left of the fenced-in garden with river rock, cobbles and eventually xeric (low-water) plants that I recently bought with my b-day gift cards to High Country Gardens, my new gardening obsession.
Tip: While it's certainly encouraged to have high hopes for your garden, remember that it takes lots of time and hard work.