The Wonder of Nature, Part 3 (aka the Wonder Quickly Wears Off, But is Still Kinda Neat)


The small garden plot on the right.

The small garden plot on the right.

Let me put it this way: it isn’t going to shock me if not every one of you is waiting on tenterhooks for photos of incremental growth. Lisa and I are still pretty excited, still, if only because we have big plans for how this is going to turn out and so far, so good. At least, for most of it. Most of it? Yeah. Behold the “mostly” plot, on the right. Setting aside the grass that needs pulling for a moment :p, it’s just not coming in very well.The giant plants are survivors of the great purge from last year, so that might be throwing your perspective off, but the growth in there is pretty minimal so far. Seriously, when I weed on Friday and take new pics it’ll look even more desolate in there. Oh well. Read on for happier pics.

 

 

 

 

 

Seriously, the clematis needs a trellis NOW. It's going up on Friday.

Seriously, the clematis needs a trellis NOW. It’s going up on Friday.

Unfortunately, I think we're starting to see the difference in sun between the front row and others, as seen here. I think the others  will come along, but it will take longer.

Unfortunately, I think we’re starting to see the difference in sun between the front row and others, as seen here. I think the others will come along, but it will take longer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I think the roses are going to find their trellis on their own, but I'll nudge them in a couple days if they miss. How do they know it's there? Spoooooky.

I think the roses are going to find their trellis on their own, but I’ll nudge them in a couple days if they miss. How do they know it’s there? Spoooooky.

Just a close up of my tree budding out. Those are regular ole green leaves, eventually.

Just a close up of my tree budding out. Those are regular ole green leaves, eventually.


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