While the project isn't completely done, we do have some updates to record from the El Presidio gardens.
This project started in May and continued through the month of June.
The rotted wood was replaced and re-stuccoed.
It was painted.
The wood removed. No more tree litter on beams.
Some of the danger is gone. The fear of wood falling onto one's head around the shed is no longer a threat:)
The pillars would be cut in half.
In early August, I would receive money for the pots to finish up the spaces.
And of course the doors will need to be replaced.....and the fun part?
The Imperial Blue pots. The posts cut down in half open up the area to the canopy of the Oaks. The rotten wood is gone and that expense will no longer be needing replacement.
Plants placed into the pots are hardy annuals here in Tucson. Phlox, Vinca, Salvia, and Dianthus were chosen for the 4 pots this summer. Other choices include Pentas, Ice plants, Sweet Potato vine, Dahlia, Gerbera Daisy etc....
I will be moving that Bamboo out and putting it with the other clumps. The garden is constantly changing or being modified as work is done. We do need to paint around here soon, but for now it is what it is. I'd like to wish you all a great Labor Day weekend. I'll be back commenting again either Sunday night or Monday. I'm on more epic adventures this weekend with some friends and will be out of town. Hope you all relax and have a wonderful 3 day.