Yesterday the ground finally thawed enough to finish the rock border I started a few days ago. I needed to move the rocks forward a bit to accommodate the low growing alyssum I expect to plant in front of the viburnum hedge along side the house.
A very serious Black Fatty supervised nearby in between scratching for worms.
With about a one foot border in front of the viburnum, there should be plenty of room for the petite white, pink and purple alyssum flowers to grow.
Be still my OCD heart. Isn’t it beautiful?
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