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Landscaping! 2

I am thrilled at the work C. Jai has done on the lawn and garden here at Wise Manor!  My amaryllis now have a bed of their own and are prepping for a spring display.  The camillias C. Jai planted are in full flower and the azaleas and crape myrtles are gathering strength for their own spring spectacle.  I have a new flashy Shumard red oak to replace the three ancient pecans I lost to the drought, and I have a private little “garden room” outside my back door with a bubbling fountain and display plants.  My “iron plants” have been moved to the gap between the car port and the house to hide my ageing foundation (how prophetic!).  I’ve been gathering royal blue pots for highlighting and have begun to hang interesting architectural items on the new privacy fence.  We have a few more smaller projects to complete (lighting, statuary) but for now we are weathering the fall/winter months until my new garden’s first spring–can hardly wait!  COME SEE!

History falls

Well, it’s official.  Another 200 year-old pecan tree must come down, the second one to sucumb to the recent drought summers.  However!  My landscaper has plans to replace both trees and fill the yard with azaleas.  I’ve asked for some hydrangeas and day lilies and we might put in a holly or two and some other ornamentals, as well.  Some trash trees will be coming down (have already checked with my neighbor) and a privacy fence will be going up (did not check with this neighbor) and the landscaper suggested a “garden room” outside my back door.  We will probably add a small water feature.  Just keeps getting better!  Now to locate the plat from the last time the property was surveyed–don’t need any back lash!