Or in any other sites around the yard, such as next to the house south of the front deck...
And the front of the south side of the front deck...
Or, looking north a bit further, you can see the rest of this front bed that has been unraked, contrasting with the parts that were raked (today!).
It's Spring! It's Spring! That Heady time of year, when tons of wicked little leaves (and rakes) suddenly "appear!"
These leaves await my rake. They are along the southeast side of the house...
This side of the driveway looks really great!! Raked the lawn and beds Friday!
So far, I've only raked one tarp-load of leaves today... a few minutes ago, dark clouds and thunder rolled in. It rained hard (!) for a minute or two...
But now it's stopped, and I'm ready to head back outdoors to rake another load! The worst thing about raking wet leaves is the fact that, piled on a tarp, the load is much heavier than dry leaves... and harder to pull any distance at all...
Not complaining, much. It looks so NICE and CLEAN and I am so happy when I get an area raked!
Sunny Corner bed, raked yesterday
Now, with regard to Camelot: I haven't seen the movie in many, many years. But we haven't yet reached the month of May, and I have a LOT of raking to do before I can attempt any other thing! (Except to enjoy the Spring blossoms that appear at this time of year!)
Hellebore (Royal Heritage)
Can you spot a few of the daffodils I planted a couple of years ago... in the "way back?" (I hope to plant a lot more this coming Fall!!!)
Getting ready for Virginia Bluebells!
Happy Spring! Happy Spring Gardening to you, my blogging friends!!
Shady Gardener... though, until the leaves appear on our deciduous Oak trees, I'm really feeling Sunny! :-)