Saturday, April 4, 2009

End of Day Two

It is the end of day two ::: wiping brow::: The pavers are down - the planter stones are in - sprinkler system is working - cleaned up driveway! When my husband gets another day off, he'll get a truck load of dirt. Then we'll take a visit to the nursery. My neighbor (who has his whole yard in roses) walked down the street to see what we were doing this time. I was thinking roses in these planters but..... the neighbor said it was too late. I need to have roses planted by October. We'll see what the nursery has.

8 comments:

Mildred said...

It looks just beautiful. Have fun choosing plants!

Diane C. said...

I can't believe how quickly you and your husband put those pavers and planters in! They look so nice and it will be fun to plant things.

Rev. Paul said...

That looks really nice! I can't wait to see which flowers you choose. Thanks for sharing!

Mildred said...

To answer your question - the mountain laurel has very little scent. The native azaleas scent the entire are but not the mountain laurel.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Just beautiful....you will have years of enjoyment for a few hard days' work.
ps. It is almost October. (the roses won't know, will they?)

jennifer said...

It looks SO pretty! Can't wait to see what plants you come up with.

Deb said...

lots of hard work, thank you for becoming a follower of my blog, welcome to Texas

Susie said...

Why can't you plant roses now? Is it too hot there already.

Everything looks great. Your honey did a great job.