Thursday, October 30, 2014

Planting Done

The rabbits may eat some down to the ground.

and the leaves will soon cover them up

but they will come back in the spring and grow, for now I will enjoy the bright yellow
when all other will be brown.

The rosemary tree was planted close to the front door. Just walking by it stirs the air
and the perfume of rosemary smells so good.

We do cook with and use the rosemary.


W. Latane Barton said...

I am so happy that we have that beautiful pansy to brighten our winter days. You have a good one, friend.

Ginny said...

I love these brick borders, too! Especially the one that is unusually shaped. Deer have to eat, too. But NOT your poor pansies!!

Anonymous said...

You did a great job. Everything looks cheerful and welcoming.

Mari said...

It looks so nice! I hope the rabbits leave the pansies alone.

L. D. said...

It is all looking very good. I really like seeing the evergreen shape of rosemary. If you trimmed it you did a great job.

Carol said...

The last time we planted pansies several years ago, the rabbits ate them down to tiny stems. We have talked about trying it again this year.

It's good to hear on your comment the other day that Bennie to doing well.


Marie said...

Lovely pansies! Hope you are having a great weekend. I wanted to thank you for coming by to see my latest quilt and commenting. I appreciate it so much.