It grows in Plopper's Field, which is starting to fill in nicely.
There aren't many spots left in the garden border I call Plopper's Field where I generally plop in perennials wherever they will fit. I'll have to do some sorting out in this area to see if there are some "undesirables" to evict to make way for more plants.
Or more likely I'll figure out other areas of the garden to plant new plants in.
I spent much of the afternoon in the Vegetable Garden Cathedral where I made good progress on weeding out the flower border that runs along the fence from one end of the garden to the other. This flower border is now a blank canvas, except for a few clematis vines trained to grow on trellises leaning against the fence and an old 'Hyperion' daylily.
I am a tiny bit concerned because some evening primrose found its way to this border. I grubbed out as much as I could today but I expect I'll have to be vigilant in weeding it out for the next ten years to be really rid of it.
|The Vegetable Garden Cathedral|
In the meantime, I'm beginning to harvest lettuce, spinach, spring onions, and radishes and hope to soon see blooms on the peas. I think I will also have a bumper crop of strawberries this year.
Life is good in the garden, especially in May when the skies are blue, the sun is warm, the grass is green, and the garden is all new again.