Saturday, May 13, 2017

Another Day, Another Uproar

     And whatever it is, I'm ignoring it.  It's warm and sunny outside.  I'm gonna take me a real bath and then see what kinda warm-and-sunny stuff I can find to do -- take a string trimmer to the back yard, once I drape the trap over the fence to dry out, and then maybe set up the canvas trash skip, fill it up, and see about getting it hauled away.

     The flowerbed out front could maybe use a little help - I'd like to find some kind of hardy perennial to plant in the center of it, and maybe a little this and this to fill in where my wildflower mix went a bit thin.  Or maybe I'll just plant a little more of that -- if some is good, more is better, right?


rickn8or said...

" -- if some is good, more is better, right? "

And "too much" is just enough.

I myself am getting a little tired of the "No, YOU'RE the poopy-head" give-and-take that passes for discussion these days.

Phssthpok said...

I hear that Garden Mint is a fairly hardy perennial, grows easy, and has the added benefit of making a wonderfully cooling iced tea for those muggy summer evening.

fillyjonk said...

I'll just note that I would never plant mint outside of a container. i remember when it ate my mother's entire flowerbed.

Roberta X said...

I have had a little mint struggling between two plantings of hostas out front for several years now. So far, so good -- and it it spreads, that's fine.