The large pine which was stuck by lightning last Fall has finally been removed. It was dropped in sections and, unfortunately, they also removed the 10-year old camellia which was in front of it!
The huge southern magnolia wasn’t damaged but it does look a little lopsided!
The good news? It’s a blank slate and it’s spring planting season!!!
A day in the garden, leveling the soil, repositioning the brick boarder, and planting a few plants will keep me busy.
Meanwhile, most of the spring blooming plants and trees are just about finished!
An American Elm which I planted 10 years ago is blooming. This is Valley Fordge and is Dutch elm disease resistant!
And Cercis chinensis ‘Don Egolf’