Just some of the many reasons I love Green Acres in the summer:
|Brave little Honeysuckle - trying to bloom even though it's too short to reach the trellis yet.|
|Wave Petunias - package said red, half bloomed purple|
|The hollyhocks are back after last summer's drought.|
Best of all, the perennials shown, plus Peonies, Columbine, Surprise Lilies and a half-dozen lilac bushes were planted by the previous owner. Each year we're a little closer to restoring her beautiful gardens. I still want to uncover the brick pathways connecting the flower beds - now overgrown with grass. Pinterest suggests vinegar to kill the grass between the bricks, but I haven't tried it yet. Any other ideas for killing grass ONLY on the walkways? Ideas other than me and a shovel? Tried that one last year and gave up after about 3 feet. All help appreciated.