Yesterday, I informed you that Rob and I have not invested a penny into our yard. Today, I am letting you know that when I mow the lawn, I mow over a patch that once contained flowers. Perhaps the flowers were pansies, I don’t know.
When we bought the house, the mailbox was sectioned off by a circle of bricks, with flowers planted within the circle. I became increasingly frustrated with making my way around the bricks, so after several weeks, I pulled up the bricks and mowed the entire area. (Should I have prefaced that statement with ‘Graphic language, gardening-lover discretion advised’?)
Fear not, garden lovers. For pansies are, apparently, hydrangea-hardy. Look what I found in the patch of clover surrounding the mailbox.