The weather in recent days has been very cooperative with gentile rains and mild temperatures. So, It is time to accomplish those gardening task that need to be accomplished before it gets too dry and/or too warm.
This is a Corkscrew Rush which I acquired with funds I was given for my volunteer photography at the recent Volunteer Luncheon which honored the many volunteers that give of their time and talents to Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful. I also purchased the colorful planter with these funds.
This is a Fountain Grass named "Pennisetum salvena "Fireworks" I also place several in the ground. This plant should thrive in sun to part shade.
I placed two of these plants in pots which are on the ends of the steps to the back garden. It is a Bacopa plant which also is reported to thrive in sun to part shade.
Because of the poor soil I always use garden soil available at plant stores and nurseries to give the plants an opportunity to thrive.