… but I ran out of compost.
Don’t you just hate it when that happens?
We got the top compost layer added to the center beds, topped up the gravel in the paths another inch or two to come partway up the rocks that line the pathways, to hopefully hold them in place a bit, then added about 4-6 inches of compost to the beds raised beds, 3-4 inches on the outsides. We made a large rock garden under the Little Free Library out front… We are close.
…very, very close.
In fact – once it’s all in – the final step is handing Shannon a wad of cash and sending her the nursery.
… should I be scared?
I marvel at what a little color can do.
Primaries, secondaries, accents – whether they’re bold and bright or faded and reserved – it’s all about the contrast. So when we began to near completion of the front yard project hardscape, we just had to have an accent. I also wanted it to be functional, “read: I needed a place to plant my cheeks at the end of a long day”.
Enter the new Adirondack Chairs. Picked up two of the three they had left at Home Depot the other night – got them assembled and put into place – but it was just kind of blah.
It needed something more.
It needed color. So I got busy today and made a beautiful accent piece for the front garden.
I’m very happy with it, and I’m excited to see how they’ll accent and contrast the remainder of what we’re putting together as we put in the flora over the next few months.
… but for now, back at it – there’s still hours in the day.