Landscaping is a slow process. One cannot construct a tree in a day or two, nor have lush and inviting flowerbeds thriving in a week. Of course, you could transplant those things in a day; but being growing and vibrant? That takes time. Today's pictures are a snapshot in time, if you will. They are about the landscaping effort taking shape: some by our hand, and some by nature. Just a heads-up: I have not yet seen the first of the wildflowers, but it is very early in the season for them.
Here are pictures and their stories:
|The flagstone path connects the lanai and the back porch which is off the|
utility room, and enables access to plants and sprinkler heads along the way.
|Soon our new dogwood trees will be in bloom! This is a good sign of health,|
as all three of them are making their way toward blossoming.
|The loropetalum is flowering nicely in the front beds.|
|The perspective shot showing grass along the drive, the side of the house, and grass in front of the two-car garage (far|
left center of the photo). I am ready for the oaks to begin leafing...