Art House Co-Op Chronicle Project
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My brother-in-law introduced me to Photosynth, a great app for the iphone that stitches images together as you take them. Really fun.

I’ve been playing around with it to document the gardens in the early spring stages in-between moving wheel barrows of mulch, compost and debris. Between Doug and I, we’ve moved nearly 15 yards of the stuff, maybe even more. I’ve planted 80 square feet of grass seed and split and moved an incredible number of hostas.

Here are some of the gardens.

The vegetable garden, garlic growing strong, thank you Grandma Thomas!

We transformed this garden, cutting down an evergreen tree that was blocking the window. It’s now the greens garden, hostas, kale, collards and chives.

¬†Love the orange and pink and the little bit of blue of the bee’s balm, can you see it?

The goal was to get everything into the ground and good to go before I leave for two weeks on May 27th. And we did it, by May 18th!

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