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Jackie spent the morning working on the garden beds. I finished aerating the scrawny grass patch and did a little clearing up.
At the house end of the Gazebo Path weeded by Aaron last week, Jackie worked on tidying the Triangular Bed;
and, alongside the Dead End Path, the West Bed.
Viewed from our back drive, the splendid magnolia still soars above the vacant North Breeze jungle.
Runaway pansies from last year’s hanging baskets have seeded at will.
The Head Gardener’s Walk, laid down two years ago, threads through the then non-existent Dragon Bed.
Almost by the hour, tulips are opening out everywhere.
This shield bug vainly hoped to hide behind a vinca.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s succulent sausage casserole, creamy mashed potato and swede, fresh spring greens and runner beans. Neither of us imbibed.