I spent about 10 hours clipping the hedges. It actually goes quite fast with my little battery powered hedge trimmer. After doing the top hedge and the side I mowed the grass, front and back. The crocuses leaves were beginning to brown, so I took them down also. I dumped these hedge clippings and lawn clippings on the back woodland path. There are no pictures of the honeysuckle hedge that runs along the street side of the large cedar hedge. This honeysuckle is really ratty looking. I really should dig it out and replace it with boxwood clippings. Maybe this Fall, if I have time. In front of the ratty little hedge, the daisies are coming into bloom for their show time. I also clipped some of the big cedar hedge and took a couple of wheel barrow loads of the cedar duff and clippings to the woodland garden path.
It was rainy yesterday, and I had laundry to do. In the afternoon I went over to Royal Oak mall, and picked up a few books, other stuff, and of course, two more six packs of annuals. All of this exercise over the past couple of weeks, as well as a few late nights spent on Megashot had played me out entirely. Last night I slept from 8:00 pm to 9:00 this morning. I tweaked photos, and transplanted the little annuals today... nothing too strenuous.