Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Almost

I know, I know, I said we were almost done a week ago.  But really, we are now almost done.  I'd say at least 75% of the plants are in the ground.


This was just a sampling, waiting on our hill for planting day.  I love the combination of the silver heather and the golden heather.  You can also see some teucrium in the upper left, pulmonaria with the gray-green leaves, a few chamaecyparis "mops" (the ever"green" with the yellow foliage), bergenia, a flat of a couple of different saxifraga (Aureopunctata and Maroon Beauty), and a flat of Autumn Joy sedum.  Most of those are now planted in the rock garden.


The pond pump, which has been the holdup for this stage of the project, is hopefully arriving today, the sod will be laid Wednesday, the rest of the plants will get here Thursday, and the final dressing of mulch will happen on Friday.

The reunion starts Monday.  Nothing like cutting it close.


2 comments:

Valerie Emerle said...

Love the combination of plants.....you definitely get more selection in your part of the country. Can't wait to see the finished project!

Tammy said...

We're getting more and more excited!!!! Can't wait to see the reveal in person.