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Landscaping a shady garden

Landscaping a shady garden
Spring needs to sprung real fast - and I mean real fast! I've been slowly getting back into the garden these past few weekends when there's been a break in the weather, cleaning up the mess from the winter. Some plants have come back (yay!) and others haven't. I'd say I'm working with a 90% survival rate from the previous year - go me. Things are starting to bloom again, just need a tad more sun. I did lose my evergreen clemantis, but have replaced it with this pink beauty above. Fingers crossed this one survives and thrives.

I also decided to turn my sunny fence line into a mini garden. Not sure if it's going to work or not with the amount of sun I've got, but we'll see. Planted green beans, peas and sweet peas and will eventually throw in some tomatoes once the sun comes out. Mom and I are headed to FlowerWorld this weekend so hopefully they've got some good starts!

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