Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Spring is on the way!

Ok, for everyone who's been asking... Here's the house! Ok, the front porch has some of the garden tools on it right now, because the back porch has our washer and dryer in it, and the front porch shields them from the rain. But isn't it cute!

Here's the daffy's before the snow came. They were doing so good!
This is them after the snow... :( They are drooping and pitiful now.
Here's the garden, starting to be plowed up. He's "tilling" with a potato fork, that's why its taking so long.

And this is our wonderful plant that we don't know what it is. We got it from a friend, who dug it up out of her garden and we put it in the car, and forgot about it. A week later, we remember it was there, in the hot car, without water. We planted it in a pot, and hoped for the best. It's still going! It died at the end of the season, and we picked it all out, and left the pot, hoping the roots were still good. Here it is, coming back! A friend said they thought it was a yucca, but we have yet to find out.

P.S. I just got an email from Red Box (the movie rental kiosk at walmart).

It's March Movie Madness for redbox, so get in the game… on Wednesdays! Visit redblog every Wednesday in March for your Free Movie Wednesday code. Then visit your local redbox kiosk for your FREE 1 NIGHT's RENTAL.

Yay for free movie rentals!


TabathaC84 said...

Aww home sweet home! It looks so tiny in pictures, lol!
Glad your garden is starting, awsome!

Jonna (aka mom) said...

Hey...looks like you have a high clay content in the soil there where the daffodils are planted. Try mixing some peat moss and compost into the soil around the plants. It can be mixed in with a spade or even a pitchfork, just try to go around the planted things. Plants will not do well in that, no air or moister stays near them.