Bitten By Frost
This project started with last year's chafer beetle damage. Initially I thought I'd take out the grass and plant a native/wildlife garden with three birch trees front-and-centre. For some heretofore unclear reasoning, I decided on a pond instead. So I waited for spring, and then started to rip out the grass. Literally "rip" it out;... Continue Reading →
This is why I wanted to have a pond: enlarge for better view-- Obviously the pond is far from finished, but at least now I have an electrical outlet to run the pump. Stay tuned for the finished product...
It worries me to see this: Those are dead needles, and on an "evergreen", one thinks "dying tree". But no need to worry after all. Even evergreens lose "expired" needles or leaves. Everything that's living and growing will eventually discard dead cells, and that's what's happening here. The "joint" where the needle or leaf meets... Continue Reading →
Poured concrete walls, courtesy of Houzz. It's certainly not the cheapest option, but as you'll see in the slide show below, the effects can be gorgeous! Click on any of the pictures to be taken to the full article, or just scroll through the slides.