I also enlarged this planter. The Azalea's were starting to grow outside the planter.
I added this piece of wood that the Saint found and saved for me. It looks like a piece of Drift Wood but it is not as we do not have a lake by our yard.
He is such a sweetie pie to think of me when finding such things.
This little planter has been enlarged a bit as well. The Royal Princess Nandina is giving me some saplings so I made room for them to grow. I also dug out a couple and placed them into the Semi-Formal Garden. This is where my beloved Skeeter Kitty is buried.
Today I worked in the yard for 7 hours pulling weeds, mulching, planting annuals, etc. I am working so hard as we have company coming in a few weeks. During the week of The Masters Golf Tournament, we have 2 couples coming to stay with us from England. We want to open our home and show them some good old Southern Hospitality. I am working really hard to get my gardens in a state that I can be proud of them. I know they will not compare to an English Garden but I am sure they will enjoy the surrounding beauty while relaxing at the patio in between golf games. So needless to say, I will continue to be BUSY, BUSY, BUSY, In the Garden...
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