The Woodland Garden is filled with Spring bulbs and emerging perennials like Hostas & Ferns. Yesterday I added more of the Grape Hyacinths that I had moved from another bed. This bed needs another good weeding & some mulch too.
The border bed out front is a nice division between me & my neighbor. Little specks of color here & there but mostly shades of green at the moment. I definitely will have to replace some of the landscape timbers in this bed this year, after 7 years they are showing some signs of decay. I’m trying to talk hubby into making it a bit longer at the opposite end when we replace the timbers. Wish me luck! 😉 Off to the right you can see a brief glimpse of what I call the rose bed. It is has a mixture of hybrids & Knockout roses combined with Phlox, Liatris and Purple Coneflower.
Last but not least on the tour of the garden beds (and this isn’t all of them) is the Fountain Bed. It has been mulched so it looks the neatest at the moment. Remember those Daffs I divided yesterday? They found a new home in this bed which desperately needed a punch of spring color. The Hostas are growing like weeds and the Viburnums are leafing out nicely at the moment. Soon the Rhododendron in the corner will be pushing out it’s purple blooms. Have a nice weekend everyone! 🙂