I said with indifference “Goodbye” to four of my Bayfield gardens this week. The oldest was established as a hospital garden when we were building CedarCliffe.  It was to be  a temporary sanctuary for my beautiful  peony patch situated in the front of  “Old” CedarCliffe.  Over the years it matured  into my nemesis as I added a massive collection of plantings.  I became an entrenched slave to its uncompromising weeds. This year I finally surrendered.  I finally accept the  simple truth that I cannot have “weedless” gardens in a Bayfield lawn of weeds.

Good-bye my beauties…

Author: MyGhostinMe

Instigator/Writer/Conceptual Developer/Space Explorer/FBC: I am a creative spirit, an old soul and an instigator. My introverted tendencies instigate me to actively seek and explore outside of my comfort zone. It defines me... My favorite joy's are twofold: to create something from nothing....and to look at what is...seeing what could be. I call it creative instigation.


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