Home purchase update #19
We have to wait until the fall to rip out the front and backyard because it’s hard to grow grass in the dead of summer.
The only satisfying thing that happened which certainly improved the view into the backyard was trimming the Jack-in-the-Beanstalk hedges this past week.
Unfortunately, there’s a bald spot to the right of the studio because the whole building was surrounded by 3 more sheds. It was under arrest, haha.
Anyway, I’m thinking we should take them out and plant new cedars when the time comes. Not sure if that is the best idea though, it will bug me to have ‘new’ and ‘old’ ones right beside each other.
By the way, we are over run with morning glory and I hear there’s no way to get rid of it! I can’t believe how fast it grows!
There were trees and sky we hadn’t even seen yet beyond these ridiculously overgrown hedges!
And here’s the ‘after’. My mom bought us 2 cedar boxes so that we can at least grow some herbs and kale for our green drinks this summer since we won’t have a real vegetable garden until next year.
And another view! So much better!
Update in the Spring of 2017.
Here’s what this area looks like now, it’s a vegetable garden with raised beds.
Have a great week everyone!
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