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Apr 25, 2019 5:45 PM CST
Name: Mary
The dry side of Oregon
Be yourself, you can be no one else
The new trees have fat buds that are just about to burst open and reveal the baby leaves. I'm not sure what color the leaves on the new maple will be but I do know they will be red in the fall. I got one short row of garlic weeded, and also weeded around the transplanted asparagus and watered each plant with a slow trickle while I moved along the row. Most of them are showing new top growth now. I left a few in the old rows to pop in if some of these don't make it. The lawn (glorified weed patch) has been mowed once and will soon need it again. I've been weeding flower beds again, making some progress. The weeds are making more. The wiegalia? shrub my son gave me last Mother's day is showing tiny buds now. I am pleased that it made it through the winter. Still looking for signs of the white peonies I dug and moved from Ryan's place. Eight pieces of root with eyes were planted, last year I saw a few wimpy plants and am still holding out hope for some to have survived.
Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most.
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