Farmin’ the Front

For years I have been sporting an agricultural mullet – suburban-nice in the front and a garden-party in the back, but no more.

Yesterday I ripped out the low growing juniper bush that was taking up half of the space between my sidewalk and front porch to make room for my 2016 herb garden.

Herb Garden In the MakingSoon this space will be growing french tarragon, rosemary, parsley, oregano, thyme, sage and if I am lucky, chives*.  I will also be sprinkling in some Mother of Pearl Poppy flowers between my herb plantings to maximize the planting space for me and add visual interest for my suburban neighbors.

I left the viburnum and nandina landscaping bushes in the back 1/2 of the space alone for now…

* Does every gardener have a plant nemesis?  Some varietal that stubbornly refuses to thrive despite trying year after year in different conditions?  Mine is chives.

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