Finding paths

In September, I wrote about the joys of discovering an existing perennial garden. This spring, now knowing what grows where, I’m even more excited to highlight the pretty plantings and weed out the invasives that strangle my strawberries. Here’s a little taste of what’s been going on in the flower and herb garden!

Tulip display

Tulips, lambs ear, oregano and daylilies (not yet blooming).

Coneflowers in April

Pink coneflowers need to be transplanted to other parts of the garden, to make way for a garden path!

Beebalm mid April

A beebalm clump next to the path.

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