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this weekend in the garden

I trimmed more stuff back for fall. Filled both green-waste barrels so decided that was enough for now. I also planted grass seed in the sections of the front yard that I had killed with round-up (the only way to get rid of bermuda grass). So, that should start growing in a week or so. I still have some random tomatoes ripening. I thought about getting snow peas to plant, but didn't get that far. I did move my bee nesters to a better spot, so they are now ready for winter (and will now be able to stay in that spot permanently). I have some kind of narcissus blooming, fall crocus, streptocarpus, fuschia, roses, pineapple sage also.

It was a lovely weekend here-


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