Recently a close family member needed furniture, so I donated mine. Today my two nephews came over to get the furniture. We had it all ready to go.
Lazy-boy sofas and loveseats are very heavy, so we removed all the backs to make them lighter. I was amazed how those two strong burly men picked it right up and carried it out through the deck doors with no problem at all! Oh, to be young and strong!
Now I am left with this:
See the window without the curtain? Some of you may remember I have been trying to find those curtains since I took down my Christmas tree. I finally found them two weeks ago in a plastic tote in the basement. Now I probably don't need them. It depends on what the new family room colors will be. "C'est la vie."
Anybody know what this is?
I am pretty optimistic with the two French urns that I overwintered in the garage. This one has a dahlia coming up.
I thought I removed all the Trebbiano dahlias last fall because I felt they were too tall for this urn. I must have missed one.
I was totally surprised to see this coming up in both of the urns. I am guessing it must be the Purple Heart I planted last year.
I am totally thrilled that these two urns have over wintered. I really thought that I would lose everything in them.
These are the urns I am talking about:
So far only the purple fountain grass and the sweet potato vine have not thrown up new shoots. It is still early, so I am still hopeful.
I hope you all have a wonderful gardening weekend!