Deciding that I needed to relocate a few perennials to the East side of the house, I began digging in April.
Removing all the sod, tilling and transplanting the plants, the final touch was to put in the edging.
Moving some Bellflower, Spider-wort, Solomon's Seal, Garden Phlox, Columbine to join the Lily of the Valley, Black Labradorean Violet, and Lady's Mantle, I thought it would be a nice mix of color and texture.
The Black Labradorean Violet loves it there but in addition to the cultivated plants, I moved a few of the wildflowers too.
The Quaker Lady Bluets seem to do well there so in they went.
Meanwhile, in the lower part of the yard, where I have babied the wildflowers like Adder's Tongue, False Solomon's Seal, and Ferns (Ostrich,Christmas, Interrupted, Cinnamon, Hay and Maidenhair to name a few) and patiently waiting and watching the Jack-in-the-pulpits flourish, there they were...
the Trilliums were in bloom...:)
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