I rescued the small rhubarb plant from over under my neighbors towering pine tree. It was a small sprout and now it is going to do battle for space with the iris. I like seeing people who plan gardens, I just don't seem to be one of them. Accidental planning and planting is my theme. When in doubt just get it into the ground and deal with it later. So maybe this fall I will deal with it. In the mean time if I keep the rhubarb pulled and we eat it, there really isn't a problem.
I had to research the name again as I don't ever seem to remember it. This is the Strawberry Viburnum that I have growing out my back door. I trimmed it back last summer and it didn't seem to bother it. It keeps growing and becomes too large to walk on the sidewalk. It has a great design and the little buds turn into little flowers.
Buds on every stem of the original rosebush William Baffin. My start taken from the bush is doing well in its new location and this one has revived for a summer of blooms. I will be sure to show you the first blooms when they happen.
Pin oak trees put out leaves in the spring that have fall colors. The leaves stay on all winter and then in spring drop with new green sprouts to follow. The trees look like fall trees when I look out the dining room window. A bright yellow tree against all that green grass and leaves of the other trees.
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