the west side of my building that is.
Want to see what I found when pulling out the dead bush?
Look at these happy faces.....
They're not ceramic or earthenware, they're some type of thin, easily broken plaster, or something. One of the frogs has quite a large hole in his back where he was dropped one day.
Behind the frogs, where the dead bush was, is a fair sized spot that gets a bit of sun. If I bring the frogs a bit closer to the edge, I could probably fit another big tub in there and plant a dwarf apple tree.
I'm hoping to get a multi graft with two kinds of apples, granny smith (of course) and a red apple.
So I'll be off to the nursery one day this week, for two large tubs, and I will also pick up replacements for some of my seaside daisies that have been eaten by slugs and snails.
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