Dear Family & Friends
As years pass by, slowly I see our garden getting more established. The trees are taking shape, the perennial plants are happy where we planted them as they come back year after year. Annual plants are left to seed, so they can replant themselves the following year. Our goal is to have minimum maintenance garden...and it is taking place:)
|In progress garden room project by the water well area|
Gardening is not a big chore...only if you choose it to be. Having found some inspiration, we recently made a garden room around the water well area. With just a few long straight tree branches we
stole took from a nearby private land forest (there was no one to ask), we simply attached it to four post. This year I planted bottle gourd to climb over it to form a green living wall. A wooden cover is also made to cover the top of the well. The next thing I plan to do is to stick a mosaic tiles around the well structure. That's coming soon as time permits. Planned projects sometimes take time...but it's all part of gardening...a day at a time!
|Stone crop sedum started to bloom|
The ground around the water well is poor and sandy. But I've noticed that the stone crop sedum I've planted last year started blooming! Obviously the plant likes the stony soil in that area.
|...with pretty pale pink colour|
There's a lot of pleasant surprises I find in the garden...the beauty of this sedum flowers are just some of the little joys that I think everyone should have from time to time. Have you found some time to enjoy the beauty around you lately?
Hope you have a lovely day that will bring you great joy too:)
I love your idea about the little garden room around the well. Can't wait to see it take shape. Hope you keep us updated on it in the future.ReplyDelete
I haven't had time to see the beauty around me. The garden is exploding, I'm chopping and blanching.....but soon, very soon!
Stone crop sedum is new to me. It is beautiful. Looking forward for more updates on your garden. Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
I like the pink stone crop sedum flowers.ReplyDelete
It's fun to see the garden slowly taking shape