Now that there is no lawn in the back garden, I find myself needing to define paths. Our new beds are framed with broken concrete pieces making those areas obvious, but I have other plants I need to protect.
Last year, I purchased a handful of decorative edging. These three did a great job of protecting the plumbago and marking where the path is around the locust tree.
I wanted to extend the line a little farther to protect more of the area around the locust tree.
I took photos of all the decorative edging I own and when we ventured into the big city last weekend, we stopped at the store where I purchased the edging last year. The store did not have the style that I currently have around the locust tree but it did have another style I own. I purchased two of these last year.
The store had five when we stopped. They all came home with me and now are around one side of the locust tree.
I used a stick laying by the locust tree to help space them evenly.
This was done Wednesday afternoon when it was nice and warm outside.
Winter has returned to GonSS. Thursday we had sleet, freezing rain and snow. Possibly more this weekend.
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