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Garden March

Garden March






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    • Progress in our garden March 2008
    • Vera in action. This was really terrible mess – wait for more pics how it turned out.
    • In progress. Little break on the swing.
    • Yellow spring composition and Rudolph in the back ground. This flower bed was just one big jungle just 2 months ago. And Rudolph is a little leftover from our X-mas decoration. He is pretty funky and turns his head.
    • OK, this needs some more growing time...
    • Our tropical oasis.
    • And the gazebo...
    • Little romantic stone wall.
    • The wild part of the garden, with ginger vegetation.
    • House looks pretty much the same
    • My herb garden. One of the two.
    • The roses are about to bloom. My parents planted them in January.
    • By now, this one is blooming.
    • And this is my pink composition. Just two weeks ago the corner looked like what you see in the background.
    • My Dad and Oystein did a great job in cutting most of the bushes down – so we actually get some light there.
    • These are aso some tropical plants...
    • More roses and pantsies on the edge. Cute, right?
    • Now all is planted and we are adding mulch.
    • My little veggie garden – yellow squash.
    • Herb and veggie garden.
    • Street view
    • You wouldn’t believe what a good trimming does to an old rose...
    • You apparently need a lot of mulch...
    • This is where I spend my afternoons, reading about wine. Hehe!
    • And the final result. OK, it is a bit more red then expected, but it will fade inthe sun and the plants will hopefully cover most it in two months.