I finished the stonework around the new pond. What do you think?
I cleaned the mud out of the birdbath and this morning noticed some redbud blooms around the edge.
I finished some more of the front wall project. The silver and gray plants are some of my favorites.
I'll tell you all the names in another post.
The Mexican feathergrass has come back to life. They were brown all winter and I thought they were dead.
The front stone wall project is about 75% complete. This is right next to the street.
Vegetables and some herbs will go on the 'not street' side of the wall. That way my neighbors won't think I'm insane for planting green beans in my front yard. Are you laughing?
The blackfoot daisies have started blooming again.
The honeybees find the Oxalis delightful. It's an annual take over weed in my garden and I've had to make peace with this plant. Only a total nuclear event would kill all of it.
The little Box Elder tree is sending out bloom tassles for the first time.
There was a 50% chance that the Camphor tree would die from the drought. About half of the limbs are bare, but the other half are budding. It's a food source for Swallowtail butterfly caterpillars, so I'm happy.
"Getting A Round to Taking Some Photos"
I am 100% certain that this is Virginia Creeper NOT something NAUGHTY and ILLEGAL growing on the neighbor's fence we share. Plus, it's a vine so no ID problems here.
(Whew, that's a relief)
This is part of the flower beds I set up at our church last summer. The Lantana 'Dallas Red' has bloomed straight through the winter so I highly recommend it. It's very drought tolerant.
Finally, some panic grass in the front garden caught my eye. It's my favorite native grass because its name is how I feel most of the time! LOL
That's a look at things here to start off March.
Happy Gardening and remember....Spring is one week closer.