Gardening is a labor of love.
It's a lot of work, yet at the end of the day you feel such a sense of accomplishment.
Although, it's a job that is never ending....for me.
Living as far north as we do, our growing season is about three weeks behind the rest of the lower peninsula of Michigan.
The plants in the garden just started to fill in from a few days of rain.
No blooms yet.
We are just finishing up our Spring flowers up here.
You can see some lilacs on the huge bush in the background.
I'm still cleaning up the cottage garden.
The bricks will meander through the garden once I finish .
This lantern will be replaced with a solar lantern.
We have one on the porch, and I just love it!!
A porcelain berry bush grows up the lattice behind the wicker settee.
I use calendula, and nasturtiums in salads.
They are great to have for summer, and add color to your garden and salads!!
Waiting for the flowers to bloom.
I am planning on hosting a tea(punch)for my granddaughters in the garden this summer when they come up to stay on their vacation.
I'm sure it will be a grand affair.
I can hear the weeds growing as I sit here!!
Enjoy your afternoon.
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