Daughter Sarah and her Andy have a new house
Well, a new "old" house
in a small town near Minneapolis
Now a new baby
Who has time to garden?
But the corner of the lot was desolate
to say the lest
Of course, the dirt was far better
than the knee high weeds that were there when they closed on the property.
Cleared of weeds
Husband Jim and I
found a shopping cart full of plants
We talked of annuals
But decided on mostly perennials
purple cone flowers, coreoposis
and Angelonia (which is an annual)
The cone flowers are bookended on either end by grass
(for Husband Jim loves grasses)
a homage to the grass that filled the bed when they moved in!
Made for a pretty bed
worthy of the pretty new house
A line of yellow mums which will bloom in the fall
And purslane will spill over the bricks
Instead of a bouquet of florist flowers
We chose "roots"
for our new grand girl, Lucy
It's "Lucy's Garden"
And there is a sign that says so.
They can watch the garden grow as they watch Lucy grow!
We're are home now
The dogs are happy
(Although Dolly did have an adventure yesterday)
Today was a busy day
We went to church, unpacked, did laundry, filled the fridge
And on my way through the breakfast room this afternoon
I was entranced by the sunlight streaming in the window on the vignette on the sideboard!
It's Monday and the garden transformation is my Met Monday post -- join Susan at Between Naps On the Porch to see the other transformations this Monday!