He is pretty awesome. Wouldn't he like to come hang out in a Japanese forest for a while.....?This is Double Trouble in the shed. He used to live on my office door at work. Several people came right out and asked me if they could have it. Um, no.
Beautiful!It was Himself who decided to mount him on the chimney for our wood burning stove. Dragons love heat. But we've not been told his name.
You know, I think that's exactly what I'm going to do. Thanks for the suggestion.Surely, rubysmama there are other things to do in the garden besides digging up and potting up, watering - and then what? Try to remember to replant them in the fall for less than perfect flowering. Tulips are inexpensive. Dig, replant in an out of the way place, and choose annuals for summer, NEW tulips for fall. If any of the transplanted tulips flower next spring consider it a bonus.
Well, the spot could handle it if I prune it every year. I guess I’ve just read horror stories online and am scared of it getting out of control. I agree they are beautiful.I love forsythia. I don’t have one yet but my neighbor’s driveway is lined by them and it’s so pretty in the spring! I wouldn’t want to give it up unless it’s just in a spot that can’t handle it when it’s bigger.