Potential number one:
A place for a Hosta 'Frances Williams'
Was a Centaurea montana (which is a flagrant self-seeder)
Potential Number Two:
Lots of lumber to be turned into my fence.
The boards are almost 9 feet long so cutting a 5 ft and a 4 ft will give me fence boards galore. There are 92 boards - the majority of which will be re-usable. Lots of 2 by 4s to be re-used too!
It was a wall at the back of the property - 4 ft in from the property line and encroaching on the church next door. Bad planning! (not by me)
Potential Number Three:
Will become a perennial/shrub bed with the addition of lots of compost and topsoil
Was a rotting, smelly old shed that everyone tells me had been there for " a while".
The posts from the wall. They will stay (except for the one that is on church property - far left) and will become supports for a variety of climbing things. It is quite shady so I will be doing my research!
The cedars that were planted behind the wall (!) will stay except any that are broken/misshapen and need to be moved for fence post holes
Invasive plant to be avoided! Houttounyia It lines the east side of my house:
Mulberry after its hair cut. Still looking at it and it might lose some more hair:
Lovely lovely Eryngium - Sea holly - about to bloom. I planted this just a few weeks ago and I am VERY happy it is happy and blooming
Oh yes, and a sock! this is July's SOTM - Nuppy. Knitted in lovely Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Color Commentary series - colour is Ysolda's Red
That is all