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Mailbox Garden: Perennials

Progress on the Yard

April 22, 2013 Sarah Coggins

Our yard received a little needed attention yesterday. As we try to balance out a rather long “to do” list around our new house, the nice 60s temperatures this weekend had me wanting to make progress on at least one of the flower beds I wanted to add. A lot easier to do the digging and planting in cooler weather. I’ve had my eye on this mailbox garden plan from BHG for several years, but the mailbox at our last house was surrounded on all sides with curb, driveway, sidewalk, and inground telephone cable box – limiting what I could do. Now that I have plenty of space, it’s time to play.

Mailbox Garden: Perennials
The first round of plants – similar to those specified in the plan.

I used the plan for general plant guidelines and layout. I’m adjusting the layout to include the existing crepe myrtle. I still need to buy and add a few of the smaller infill plants and, for now, I’ve left some existing bulb plants from previous residents (directly in front of mailbox – curious to see exactly what they are).

Mailbox Garden: Complete
The “almost complete” flower garden.

Our other completed project that’s the favorite of a certain little boy – the new sandbox! We had debated whether or not to add one beneath the playset. Finally decided to give it a go.

Sandbox Fun
A very happy little boy enjoying his new sandbox.

Trent prepped it while I was working on the flowers and all 3 of us added the sand. It was hard to get our son to come out of there last night! Hopefully it will help give him additional entertainment while Trent & I work on other yard projects in the coming months.

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