My husband and I took advantage of what may be the last weekend before the snow flies (ugh, I hope winter doesn't arrive early!) and cleaned up our garden and yard. I planted a few tulips in scattered places around my garden, in a likely fruitless attempt to keep the tulips hidden from the squirrels.
Last year, I forgot where I planted some of the tulips, and then I was surprised when the tulips popped up in a random spot. So this year, I tried to take photos so I wouldn't forget where I planted them.
I also planted a few new irises to add a little more variety to my spring garden. I'm trying to stick with a yellow and purple color scheme for the spring.
I didn't spend a lot of money on tulips this year, because the squirrels always seem to dig a few up. Is it just me, or are the squirrels being extra "squirrel-y" this week? This squirrel was freaking out right in front of me. Either it's because the little guy is preparing for winter, or maybe because my husband saw a hawk up in our tree :)
|Yep, the squirrels are already digging in the garden.|
So far, the squirrels haven't found the tulips. So I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they won't!