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Busy Weekend


Today Jason and I did this in my yard!  We took out the old edging (black plastic ugly) and dug the trench and used my belgian block from the wall in the back that we replaced last summer!  It's really really pretty and will be better when I get new plants!  I have a few more areas in the yard to do, it's going to look so great when it's done!  It was hard work! 

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artybecca said…
agreed...anytime digging in the yard is part of a project, it always turns out to be more work than I expected! Once I spent a whole afternoon trying to dig a big rock out of a place where I wanted to plant a shrub. I dug all afternoon and I never got to the end of the rock...it must have been bigger than 2.5 feet across because that's how wide the hole was. I finally gave up and tossed all the dirt back in and decided only small annual flowers with shallow roots will ever be planted there!
Barb Fernald said…
Ooh la la. It looks great! Happy spring!
SummersStudio said…
I love stone edging but as you say, it is a lot of work. But so worth it.
Sandra said…
looks very clean and lovely. i need to do a lot of yard work too. maybe next weekend.

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