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Sunday, 28 Jun 09 Overcast 23°C / 73°F

I mulched bed #9 and finished mulching bed #11. Moved the day lilies from the middle of the path (it wasn’t a path when they were planted) and into an extended section of the north bean border, filled the space between them with ‘White Wings’ and ‘Black Beauty’ gladiolus, ‘Violet Queen’ zinnias, and ‘Dwarf Bolero’ marigolds and reset my large stone bunny (that was also in the path) between one clump of the day lilies and the beans.

Harvested some of the beets.

Planted a clump (as well as three small bits) of ‘Fire and Ice’ Dahlias in bed #2 and another clump in a container on the ‘patio’.

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Bed #06 garden

Container #2 garden

Bed #02 garden

Bed #11 garden


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