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Tuesday, February 09, 2016

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rusty duck

That will look perfect! A great project.

Susan Adler Sobol

Looking forward to reading about how this area of your garden comes together!

Lisa at Greenbow

Nothing like a long winters day to get the creative juices going. Something exciting to look forward to. Your view to the Tea House is so inviting. FUN

Loree / danger garden

A project! (she says excitedly, while also being excited to not have a major project in her own garden this year...)

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Oh I can't wait to see your plan. I love this idea and I love the idea of stretching out for a nap there even more.

Linda from Each Little World

Erin —​I was so bummed when we realized we could not nap under the apple trees once the apples started ripening and falling. The only other location was under pines and black walnuts. Definitely did not think this through before we bought our hammock.​

Linda from Each Little World

Loree — Just a little something to do while we do all the other projects to get ready for the small mid-June and big late-June tours of our garden. Not that I actually will be doing much but the easy planting fun stuff.

Beth @ PlantPostings

What a great plan! I'm sure it will be lovely. I like the waiting bench, too. Benches add so much personality to the garden.

Pam/Digging

I'll miss your beautiful moss garden pics, but a new project is always exciting. I like the idea of a matrix planting in your garden. And the napping bench sounds ideal.

Linda from Each Little World

Pam — We still have a good sized patch moss. As it happens it is on packed clay and in sun. Go figure.

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