with plenty of rain so the only plotting that I did was on Thursday and yesterday morning, which included digging up, moving and replanting the hydrangea and sedums.
The hydrangea is now at near the top, north-east, corner of the flower patch where I hope it will do well and flower. It’s already showing signs of new growth.
The sedums are over the other side, and further down the patch. As you see these are already growing well.
Also in the picture are some of the white daffodils Thalia which I’m looking forward to seeing flower.
I also sorted out the area by the bottom end of the log pile where some new teasels have self-seeded, which is an ideal out-of-the-way place for them.
These purple crocuses are in the long planter, and the last ones to flower.
It’s cool, wet and windy today but looks like being mostly dry and overcast from tomorrow through the coming week so I can get plotting again.
Have a good week!