This year the plan is to fix the door.
I also wanted some of the brush and brambles removed from around the shed. Over the years it’s become overgrown and a dumping place for garden equipment.
I had the inspiration from Pinterest that a shed could be more than just a utility building.
But ours was surrounded by vines and weeds.
And for the most part was in the shade.
Charlie cleared out honeysuckle, wild raspberry, periwinkle and other weeds to plant some iris, day lilies and daffodils.
He also cleared out some choke cherry trees and tulip poplar seedlings.
We’ve decided to dedicate this shady garden to our children.
We’ll try to keep it going by adding some variegated liriope, daisies and hosta this year.
Have you made your vista more serene?