Settling In


It’s been a while since we moved to a new home, a new lawn, a new town.  I mourned the loss of the gardens I’d built, the soil that had formed from the years of tending.  Until I could once again focus my efforts on that building, I was in limbo, unsettled you might say.

Well, we’re finally settling in.  The ancillary gardens are coming along quite nicely, and the garden proper is now defined.  The working and waiting and tending and watching will begin in earnest.

Today, I enjoyed.  Here are a few of the items that were brought over from the old home.

Coneflowers, coreopsis and blueberry transplants
Golden currant and sage transplants
Rhubarb, aster and sage transplants
Solomon’s seal and ajuga transplants

 

The other plants you saw in these photos are new, or were here when we moved in and have been transplanted to where I prefer them.

These shots are new things added, to create new spaces and sights.

Potted beauties
Gramma’s hippie garden
Lovely salvia

 

Bits and pieces as we settle in.  🙂

Shabbat shalom.

Trisha R

2 thoughts on “Settling In”

  1. Thanks for the peek at your new garden spaces! I liked seeing the garden furniture artfully composed in the photo’s. Grandma’s hippie
    garden! What? no gnomes? 😉 I saw one of my favorite robin’s-egg-blue colors there.

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    1. Thank you! I look forward to sharing more when the garden proper doesn’t look like a field of straw.
      Yes – the blue! It’s become my garden accessory color – it’s such a happy color.

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