Stump Garden

Shed

Perdita went to the potting shed to pick up her watering can and rake…

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Stump

…and made her way to the stump garden.

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volunteers

Last year we planted Nasturtiums and Snapdragons in the stump of our old apple tree…

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Snapdragons

…and this year there are lots of volunteer snapdragon seedlings…

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Nasturtium

…and a couple of Nasturtiums!

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Water

Perdita is delighted…

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Little garden

…her own little garden is coming back to life!

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10 thoughts on “Stump Garden

  1. How lovely that Perdita has her own special garden. It looks to be a pleasant spot and will soon be filled with colorful blossoms. Her care and nurture will give her great return.

  2. I am so glad to see Perdita. She feels to me to be at home near trees and gardens. Her tree stump flower pot is so like her…natural, stunning and beautiful.

    • Perdita is quite at home in the garden – she spends most of the BC winter shivering indoors longing for Argentina where she was carved – these lovely lengthening sunny days are her absolute favourite season.

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