The weather up north is getting chilly. Fall is here. The window for transplanting is not very far out.
Before (Sandy, our dog, was supervising)
The additions were four Blue Mouse Ears hosta divisions (left front), one large Praying Hands hosta (center), a lot of cardboard underlayment, and seven bags of mulch.
The garden build out up north is for all purposes now done for the year, as well as prepped to receive 2022 daylily seedlings (pollinator creations) and sedum cuttings (propagation) next year. I may bring up a few more daylilies, a sedum or two, and another clump of Blue Mouse Ears to divide over the right side of the Praying Hands hosta yet this fall, but I’m happy as is if I don’t.
My husband is not keen on transplanting the clematis, so those are still at the townhouse. We’ll see if they make the shift.
The alpine currant is still by the shed. It’s a bit too late to move it now, so next spring that will move to the back of the yard.
The weigelia rootings are doing awesome! If they survive the winter, they may also get moved to the back of the yard. I’m now dreaming of daylilies and hostas along both long gutter extensions.
I honestly never thought the gardens would be this far, but I am very pleased the foundations are now in place to build on.
Rest well, new gardens.