This weekend was a busy one, because the weather was decent and I was itching to get back in the game. Yesterday I redistributed the compost pile, shredded some straw (more on that in a different post), got the replacement Italian plum into the ground and the strawberries into their planter box. Then today I planted an olive tree and moved two hydrangeas to one side of the driveway. But that was after I weeded, laid down some leftover slate and put bark down on top of it, and put in a header to make a place to keep the garbage cans. And it was also before I dug up and moved a native filbert tree, dug up a Japanese maple and replanted it along the left side of the driveway, and dug up and moved another hydrangea. And I'm not done with this section of landscaping; I still have to move the last hydrangea and plant the other olive tree. But I was done moving soil and plants for the day. I am drinking my liniment as I write this.
But I managed to save some of Private Onion.