As you may recall I went to Portland Oregon to visit Pennington Seed. That sort of opened up a can of worms. To get grass to grow, I’ve sort of become Billy from Family Circus.
I’ve been flitting around from one place to the next, trying to do this and that.
This area of the yard is where I’m counting on Pennington Seed to help me grow some grass.
I’ve weeded, weeded, and weeded some more. Then I mulched and mulched.
You can see my Tipsy Pot. I’ve taken it down until I get some flowers to plant in it. The plan is to move everything out of this part of the yard and start from scratch.
That may be misleading. I mean that I will be removing a couple of Jockey statues, the birdbath, and things like that. The rocks and mulch will remain.
I will be planting some flowers in the mulch. I’m waiting to make sure we are frost free before I start planting the grass seed.
Now, on to some doors. . .
These were dropped off over the weekend to me. (Thanks Chris and Marie). What do you see when you look at these doors? What should I do with them?
I also have a very heavy, very solid exterior door like this. Is there anything you’ve been wanting to do with a door, but don’t quite know where to start? Have you pinned a project, but need a tutorial? How would you like to see me use this door?
Until then, I’ll be doing lots more yard work. I’ll be showing lots of pictures later in the Spring. Stay tuned!
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