The very mild winter and early spring has made for many gardening chores. The area behind Thistle Manor is very woodsy. The woodsy environment is good for the Lenten Rose. Unfortunately, the woodsy environment is also good for privet. I have learned if privet goes unchecked, it will slowly invade and take over everything in its path.
Another gardening chore has been dividing the daylilies. Last week, I gave away more than a dozen daylilies. Today, I will be sharing more than two dozen. There are several more dozen to dig, divide and share. I will be donating daylilies to Habitat for Humanity and the Napier and Chestnut Hill Community Gardens. In the words of Grandmother Bessie "I have a bumper crop."
When not removing privet or dividing day lilies I have pulled a few
The Yoshino Cherry tree is also blooming. I feel like Anne of Green Gables walking under the white avenue of delight when I see these trees blooming.