If you look carefully, you can see the raspberries that we planted outside of the garden fence. While we do have deer in our yard a lot, I’m not that worried about them eating the raspberries because of the thorns. It’s the birds I know will get to the raspberries, whether they’re in a fence or not, so we put them outside to save room for the veggies inside.
Here’s a picture of the garden where I planted seeds yesterday. It just looks like sticks for now, but I can imagine the lettuce and peas already.
The spring breeze kept the wind chimes playing throughout the day. It was nice to listen to them as I planted seeds and any time I went outside.
The bleeding hearts in the back flower garden are starting to make their appearance. These white bleeding hearts do very well in the back of the house, thanks to the shade in the afternoon.
On a related note, I’ve added a new Garden page, where you can see what’s in our garden currently and when it was planted. I hope to add many more plants to the list and some pictures as the growing season goes on.
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