kls_eloise (kls_eloise) wrote,

Landscaping Epiphany

It  finally dawned on me (I'm slow sometimes):

If a shrub is scraggly, isn't doing well, is in a bad place, and (most importantly!) I DON'T LIKE IT, I don't have to keep it just because it's established.

Why yes, I DID cut down the two boxwoods on the east side of the house while I was home unsupervised this afternoon.  Why do you ask?  :-)
Tags: garden, house

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