Chickadee Gardens is a reflection of me. That may be translated to mean that it's a bit on the neurotic side, i.e., yellow plants go there and blue plants go here. I have groupings of blue plants where they are supposed to go, in the blue garden, of course, and no where else. Joking aside, my blue garden is a very small hell strip garden that has given me much of grief over the years. Now, it is finally starting to fill in, take hold, and bring me joy. Let's have a look at this tiny strip of dirt between the sidewalk and street known as the hell strip blue garden.
There are a few other "color gardens" we'll visit at Chickadee Gardens this season: The orange garden, the white shade garden, the purple and pink hot garden, and the other hell strip garden in pink. We saw the yellow garden last May but may revisit again this year. There's also the chocolate garden, we must not forget that.
It's fun to garden like this and, in all honesty, I am not that uptight about color - rather, I am fussy about color harmony and making the whole thing feel balanced.
That's it for this week at Chickadee Gardens. Thank you so much for reading and until next time, happy gardening. I do hope you're having great spring weather wherever you are and no floods, no cold weather, rather - just good ol' sunshine and spring breezes.