The heucheras and euphorbia came out to be planted elsewhere. A a small nandina joined some new begonias in the faux bois stump pot.
The heucheras are potted and will go down on the garden deck.
Here's the new look: the orange flowered abutilon lives in the greenhouse over winter; purple heart and Wandering Jew are tender "houseplants". I added a purple heuchera from the front porch. I kept the sedge, the grass and the ivy and tucked in a golden lamium and a couple of impatiens.
All of the succulents came out of the greenhouse and were refreshed last week.
In the big pot I removed another euphorbia and a tiarella.
The tiarella went into the ground under the full moon maple in the front yard.
The canna that overwintered in the greenhouse moved into the pot.
After debating with myself, I replanted the red heuchera, kept the sedges and the variegated vinca, and tucked in a golden potato vine and a couple of pansies.
During the week I got the impatiens and plectranthus planted under the cedar tree. I tucked a few violas into pots and now this area is done.
On the front porch I removed heuchera and grass from the blue pots.
The heucheras found new homes in several places. This bed got cleaned out last fall when the old daphne odoras finally gave up. We planted new ones and I am just tucking things in here to fill the space.
The blue pots now contain geraniums, part of Tom's collection of fancy leaf geraniums.
The Lewisias are gorgeous right now.
The potted geraniums for the deck at the Whidbey cabin got moved in order to plant our tomatoes.
This week we lifted the gallon cans of tulips and set them in a back corner of the yard to dry out. In their place we planted the alternating pink and red dahlias that were started in the greenhouse.
Then we cleaned up the patio and I put out the oilcloth table cloths.
Tomorrow ( Monday) it will be over 80 degrees, We will be doing some patio sitting in the afternoon.
I just turned on the TV to watch our Sunday evening shows. Instead we see coverage of the May Day "protests" in downtown Seattle. Those with a purpose marched peacefully this afternoon. Now it is the Anarchists turn to act out and raise havoc. There has been pepper spray and objects thrown at police, windows broken, a few arrests, and a few injuries, but it looks like the police now have the black garbed hooligans under control.
I prefer to celebrate my May Day with flowers.