Garden Gnomes

Preparing the garden bed we moved from our old house.
To read this year's Rainbow Garden plans, visit Work Play Read!

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Love the tongue..
One of the existing small boxes was quite broken so Tim took it apart, dug out the dirt, put it back together, and refilled it....with a little help from his friend.

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Watering Patrol

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Really you just needed to see this outfit...
Before

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After
All 3 of the boxes were hiding under the overgrowth.

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Bonus Surprises- Rhubarb

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That, my friends, is a pear tree!

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4 comments :

Lisa said...

Looks like the landlords are lucky to have you renting there! :)

elsies7gifts said...

love what you are doing to the yard, and you will too come summer and fall

Angie said...

Great garden gnomes! I keep waiting for them to show up and do my garden...but the gnomes and fairies seem to have left me high and dry this year. ;-)

P.S.I don't think you can kick a cat through that pear tree...it may need a trim next late winter. ;-) Bet they'll be tasty!

http://kielersnyder.blogspot.com/2012/03/preparing-for-apples.html

Heidi said...

Angie- I know the tree is really bad! I didn't even recognize it as pear initially. Trimming will definitely be in the plan for next year. Everyone under 4 feet keeps talking about how many pears we are going to get and I just keep smiling and nodding :)