Things are Greening Up

As we get ready to host our wedding up at our place, we have been busting our tails to get the place looking good. Thankfully, spring has sprung, and everything is turning green!

The azaleas in one of our front beds are looking great after David pruned them last year. 

The azaleas in one of our front beds are looking great after David pruned them last year. 

Digs Mountain is green in our backyard. Up front you can see some of our prepared garden beds, and the posts that will form our garden fence. Oh, and all that straw, that is covering up where we have seeded over the damage from trenching in the water line to the greenhouse.

Digs Mountain is green in our backyard. Up front you can see some of our prepared garden beds, and the posts that will form our garden fence. Oh, and all that straw, that is covering up where we have seeded over the damage from trenching in the water line to the greenhouse.

The Red Buds, Dogwoods, and Daffodils have all bloomed and been enjoyed by the bees. Viburnum, Strawberry bush, and Spirea are showing off. The seeds we sowed into the raised beds are growing, and we are beginning to enjoy fresh vegetables!

Spirea blooming in the (future pond) garden at the top of our driveway

Spirea blooming in the (future pond) garden at the top of our driveway

We have still been keeping up with some of our bigger projects (like the greenhouse). But, as we prepare for our wedding, we have slimmed down our list of projects. 

Landing and Stairs on the West side of the greenhouse where there will eventually be a single door. The wooden Frame is for pouring concrete to give the structure extra strength. 

Landing and Stairs on the West side of the greenhouse where there will eventually be a single door. The wooden Frame is for pouring concrete to give the structure extra strength.