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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!

Landscaping!

The trash trees are down and offensive views are temporarily exposed.  C. Jai has been here with his crew working on preparing the yard for the landscaping.  Beds are cleaned out, top soil spread, sprinkler nozzles added and extended, front beds lined with antique brick, house beds lined with native iron ore rock; remaining pecan trees have had beds removed from their bases to make way for spreading lawn, etc, etc, etc.  We moving some sick-looking iron plants to the side of the house hoping they will thrive there, and are discussing where the amaryllis will be happiest and showiest.  We’re now talking white crepe myrtles, azaleas, Japanese maples, gardenias, and camilias, along with some stately evergreens to anchor the angles of the house.  Looking good!