well its on my to to list . i cant do anything untill i finish my pathways . then i can plan more beds around them including my mini bed . i was gonna put it in another spot but it wouldnt have worked . to many big things around it . that mini fuchsia is only 4-6 inches tall its perfect for a mini garden. its called shadow dancer martha . look up shadow dancer in plant files and there are others in that series . to bad its an annual . at least i know where to get them now. i just hope they have them next yr. there was only 2 when i went .
well someone bought them all up . there was only 2 when i went and i got one of them.lol
i have 3 big trees the 2 in the back are gonna be part of a shade bed if i can ever get over there. those doors would be so cute . ill probably get some . i was dreaming about a 4x6 lotus bog last night . i have so many plans .
Do you have any racoons in your area? Or opossums?...one word of advice. Keep it to plants-only, if you do a bog, or pond. If you add fish, the fish will attract nightly supper hunters and they'll dig around and mess up your pond nightly...
lol no big fish but the thread i was reading said to add a few regular goldfish. we only have squirrels . as far as i know . i think we are to far from any woods or habitat . we basically live in an aviary though . big trees in all the yards around here and the birds are almost tame . theyll come and get worms with us sitting here as long as we arnt up moving around.
I had goldfish, too...key word "had", lol...it is like "insert goldfish, and they will come..."...you find out just what kind of wildlife is out there, that you didn't realize was there. They can smell the goldfish from great distances
My neighbor had a little pond, too, and the egrets kept landing every other day, to eat his, until they were all gone.
I now have a small aquarium inside to house the two little goldfish lucky survivors I managed to have left, before I removed them, lol