Hostas on the Hillside ~ Personal Curb Appeal

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with MoonDancer Realty, Dillsboro,NC NC# 218097
 

After talking about curb appeal in a post earlier this week, it got us thinking about our own curb appeal. So, the weekend was a frenzy of Juniper trimming, branch lopping, shrub pruning, hole digging, yard mowing, rock evacuating, hydrangea planting and hosta moving.

 

We had a downpour of rain last night, just what the transplanted plants yearned for. This morning revealed that the hostas and hyrdrangeas appear very happy. I was fortunate enough to catch these little blooms early this morning after the rain but before the raindrops had fallen off the flower.

Hostas on a Hillside copyright 2912 Mona Gersky

 

 

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Tammy Lankford
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I have no idea where you get that kind of energy.  I dream of gardening, but I never get to it.

Jun 18, 2012 07:35 PM #1
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Sweet image! At the moment, the best curb appeal I can focus on is getting the car washed! We are putting in new french drains before our summer rains and all the trenches are driving the lizards crazy.

Jun 18, 2012 07:43 PM #2
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Hi Tammy,  I don't know where it comes from either.  The secret is getting someone else to do the weedeating.  It looks nice now but still a work in progress.

Hi Emily,  there's something about hostas.  Especially the ones with the varigated leaves and the little purple flowers.

Jun 18, 2012 08:23 PM #3
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Hi Mona, It sounds like you earned your pay this weekend.This labor of love always pay off in the great feeling you have after all your muscle pain goes away. :-)
Jun 18, 2012 08:29 PM #4
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The muscle pain I can live with William, it's all the bites, scratches and odd toxic plant oils to deal with!

Jun 18, 2012 08:35 PM #5
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Hey Mona-great photo! It looks like you live in a forest-very nice. Your gardening weekend event is what I do every weekend and love it!

Jun 19, 2012 03:11 AM #6
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Hey Good Morning Marco, I am surrounded by the Blue Ridge Parkway property and wake up to the woods every day.  These surroundings bring me pleasure too.

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I thought bulbs were suppose to be transplanted in the fall?
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Hello again Mona. What a wonderful picture. I love it and appreciate the nuisance. Isn't gardening great.

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Neat picture. Yard maintenace or curb appeal is a continuing battle (not to mention painting, decorations and the like).

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Allen, are hostas bulbs?   I trusted google.  I entered the question about when hostas could be transplanted and google informed me that they are very hardy plants and just needed tons of water.  So far, so good.  I didn't see bulbs on them.

Hi Sheila, thanks.  There are some upsides to digging in the dirt but I wouldn't be opposed to having a gardener either, lol.

Than, it is never ending.  The problem is that sometimes I end and then have to play catch up which is definitely a lot more work.

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