Putting the Garden to Bed

There is no doubt about it…it’s fall.  Chilly mornings, clear bright sun, a little rain…a good season here in the Northwest…BUT, time to put the garden to bed.  We’ve been weeding, pruning, tossing stuff in the garden bin like crazy…

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…though in one little corner the geraniums and begonias seem blissfully unaware…

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Today, very early, came the three yards of compost which, thankfully, Bill will spread on the garden after he does some more weeding…it was fun though…

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and this year we’re trying the newspaper-under-the compost to keep the horrible yellow violet-ish weeds out of the herb garden…

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(It reminded R of the papier mache mountains he made for his Lionel train, back in the day…)

And by the time I got home from uke class…voila!

compost gone

compost

Just enough time to move into my new studio space… studio before

and welcome my first visitor…

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9 Comments

  1. Nice post!

    R.

    Roger Hull Senior Faculty Curator, Hallie Ford Museum of Art Professor of Art History Emeritus Willamette University

    (503) 581-5710 – h (503) 569-2629 – c

    1658 Court Street NE Salem, Oregon 97301

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