Desert garden progress

Sunday, August 2, 2009


The gravel is in!

7 comments:

Claude said...

looking good so far.

Andrea said...

Congratulations!

Pudgeduck said...

I kept mine in pots-They lived for 7 months! Hope yours make it in the ground-If they do I may try them again! They are pretty!

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