Yesterday I took the fabric weed cloth up in front of the shed. The last couple of years it has been a nightmare to weed. The weeds had grown through the cloth and under the cloth were very securely rooted. It did look pretty good the first few years, and it was easy to maintain, but again something that doesn't last forever.... So up it came. Trying to get all that soil and pebbles off the top of that heavy duty cloth and pull the cloth up with all those weeds grown through was no easy task. I finally won the fight and it is up and done. Amen and hallelujah!!!I will be able to fill the area with tulips and hyacinths bulbs in the fall. Once the hosta's are up and spread out, the area will look better.
I filled a contractors bag with the weed fabric
ground after the removal. That is a hosta in the center and it will cover that area in no time at all.
I painted the kokopelli's and window box terra cotta to match the urns on each side of the shed.
You really cant get a feel for the woodland effect here, but the trillium are in full bloom
Added a couple of these quirky metal flowers, they are solar and flash different colors at night.
More trillium in the background
Pic of the entire shed.
Like I said the hostas will cover the area in front of the wheels.
Today it is chilly and cloudy so it is a good day to clean my workshop.
Thank you for letting me share my fun hobbies with you.