Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The north wall border

Here are pictures of the north wall border planted last week.

Plus an extra climbing rose photo from the south wall.

--the BB


David said...

Your garden looks wonderful and the pictures make me impatient for Spring to take hold here in Montreal.
After an Easter Day almost twenty degrees celsius, we actually had more than 24 hrs of snow yesterday talk about wacky weather.
I am abviously a lot more ready for Lady Spring than she is for Montreal!

Paul said...

David, we get wacky weather in New Mexico, though it is obviously more temperate than your neck of the woods. In 2007 I planted tomatoes in mid-April, on Maundy Thursday. On Good Friday it snowed. I was then told by a friend that it is better to wait for mid-May before risking vegetable planting. I am holding off until the weekend of May 8 this year. Today we have gray skies and lots of wind, told to expect great gusts of wind later today. I will skip planting tonight if that is the case. Glad I watered everything last night.

When you get full-fledged spring, may it be glorious beyond all telling. In the meantime, I post photos for all to enjoy.

To quote a holy man:
Love, always love!

Göran Koch-Swahne said...