I spent the day outside doing some planting and cleaning up of brush. Here are some pictures of the “fruits of my labor”.
These are hostas and daylilies from my mom’s flower garden. Dad dug them up for me and brought them to my house.
More hostas along the back of the house. We’ll see how well these grow. The soil is very clay-like.
I’m cleaning out underneath the apple tree to plant more hostas.
I spent an hour or so cleaning out some of the underbrush from the brush/trees in the back of the yard. I’m all scratched up on my arms and legs. But it looks so much better back there.
I managed to do some of the planting while having 4 kiddos ranging from 3.5 years to 17 months running around and causing a ruckus.
Your hostas should do great wherever you plant them. They’re tough! And how wonderful that they came from your mom :) It’s a way to keep the memories alive!