Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Japanese Woodland looked particularly nice today....serene

So many groundcovers, Nicely situated trees, and good light made it easy for the Anemones and the variegated Elaeagnus to sparkle.

The volunteers were in today: Julie, Betty, Nancy, and Eugenia. We got a lot done. I know because I hauled away 8 loads of debris. Eugenia pruned the Azaleas along the road in front of the restroom. Sometime after 1:00 and before lunch?!? I decided she'd earned some help. As I crawled around under the plants to cut off long stems that crept along the ground for almost 8 feet, something flashed in my memory and I remembered doing the exact same thing 20 years ago or so. It's curious what can trigger memories.

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