Good morning friends... the ducks and the geese are talking outside and there is a squirrel outside the window just a chattering. He must be hard at work collecting all the acorns that keep pinging off the roof. All I can say is thank goodness I do not have a metal roof! LOL They are loud enough when they are falling on the roof I have.
Having said that we had Kevin from the Ag Station come and do a presentation.He talked on what trees would be good to choose if you are replanting the ones you lost from storm damage. He told us how to plant them right and things that might happen if you don't plant them right, like root girdling. It was a good presentation and really was information we all needed as it seems like alot of the members lost trees and will or have been replanting already.
|The awesome plants that were offered. Some great healthy plants!|
|Hostas- let me tell you I was excited! Very nice variety too!|
|I brought mint that had gone crazy by the back garden! It was embarressing how crazy it all looked BUT they are some REALLY healthy plants! Talk about weeds! LOL|
|One of the plants I was lucky to bring home! Can't wait til next year when its pretty, flowering and bigger! That is what is hard about fall I don't want the growing season to end!|
|SOOOOOO excited for Irises! They are just a beautiful flower in my humble opinion!|
|I think this donkey tail is so cool. I am thinking it should go in the ares by |
my sedum, my hens and chicks are there as well. They should do well in the sun being the other two plants love that area.
|A close up of my donkey tail.|
|I am so blessed that I received not two but four hostas!!!|
A Teaspoon and a Stilletto!!!
Thanks so much!!!
So Mikhaila and I made new friends. We found others that like getting dirty, planting things and watching them grow just as much as we do. We signed up to help out as we are a part of the community and we should all give a helping hand when we can! Plus we received some wonderful plants! So I would highly recommend joining a garden group, you never know what will "grow" out of it!