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In our first (newly built) home, hubs and I just couldn't figure out how to lay out our front beds. Then put them in the bag and just shake them. I am liking the idea of different heights of trees and shrubbery around the house. You were right to post that info and you have every right to post whatever you like. You can save some for trade or to plant elsewhere and leave the rest where they are growing. Who beats herself up for beating herself up! I really like the big planters as well. And yes, I plan to paint the shed to match :). As to the walk demolition, I wouldn't think it would be overly pricey (although the curving redo might be) but I've never priced it. I'm doing a Christian book study on my other blog, called, Self Talk, Soul Talk. One of my buyers asked me if I had read the book, because of my user ID name, (she was a school teacher and had used the book in a lesson, if I recall). Now, do you sometimes beat up on yourself for beating up on yourself? That red hued fence on each side needs to be a medium to dark gray. Please be patient with me. I just let my larkspur self sow, which it does freely. Annie - let me guess....she has hair like her Grandma??? She will be one year old in February. Herbs however I do only Heirloom only. While the mango is one of my most favorite fruits, I collect Aloha wear, (Hawaiian dresses), that I enjoy wearing during the Summer months. Oh Boy! I think that will be beautiful in spring. My gutters will need to be repainted as the original painter got overspray on them. Plus that's a little out of my budget at the moment ( I just replaced all of my interior doors and hardware). I collect larkspur by hand. I then explained my Aloha collection to her, the vibrant colors, and she soon realized why I chose the name. Sounds just like one of my Morning Glory vines. I could not find a picture of them at just the right stage. I was curious about changing the lighting fixtures too, so I will definitely look into that. One should never assume anything, I suppose, but I did. Every year the garden is different, and I look forward to seeing what comes up in hidden places. :) I do have many seeds to trade and some to give just for a SASE. I mean, seems like it's a simple matter of concrete, muscle, jackhammer, and removal truck, but someone who knows might school me on that. Tie it closed with gardening string and hang in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight (in the house). I love seeing the marvel of the Monarch. I just joined today. And into painting the house numbers black to stand out more, although they are not seen from the street. Probably a deep, deep brown. Think in terms of stages. Does best where summers are cool. Now that area is FILLED with little larkspurs! Our gardening guides tell you what plant picks are best for each U.S. region, The American goldfinch is a bright-in-the-summer visitor and one of the only vegetarian songbirds. I have had good results with "snow sowing" flower seeds. I've found larkspur very easy to reseed. That said, if a pro jackhammer removal is too costly, try craigslist? My theory is let them scatter when Mother nature would, not by words on a package. Darkness is required for germination. The medallion idea on the angled wall is a great one! ); yes to painting the downspout; no to "shudders"; yes to window box on front AND left side of house (kitchen?) When the seed pods have turned yellow, but before they have opened and begun to shed, I grab the main stem and pull up all the way to the top. The seeds will drop into the bag and you can shake it to loosen more. My front yard is too hot & dry for growing anything that can't survive out there, but I have had great results with spring-flowering and early blooming summer flowers, like California poppies, Larkspurs, Hollyhocks, Black-eyed Susan, Gaillardias, and Bachelor Buttons. Post your pictures and tell us about your harvest, Gather seeds from your garden in fall, and you'll have a selection of plants for next year — without spending a dime, Northern neighbors may be hibernating, but in the South it's time to lavish care on fruit trees, flower seeds and bulbs, Sow wildflower seeds while ye may, give berries some love and pay attention to produce for garden veggies all winter long, Learn the edible plants that are popular and easy to grow in a backyard or container garden, If you like an abundance of plants — and visits from birds, bees and butterflies — this may be the style of yard for you, Roll with the cooler weather by planting away. In a while longer, the whole pod will split open, scattering the seeds everywhere, but for a few days it sits there, holding the seeds like a goblet. When the pods and seed heads feel totally dry—which can take anywhere from a week to four weeks —shake the seeds into an envelope or paper bag. I collect larkspur by hand. The name stuck. :), Annie - I'm so sorry if it sounded as if I were correcting your post. Only then can you determine the order in which things need to be done, the costs, what you can do yourself, what needs to be done by others, and a general timeline for doing it. When I started writing my post there were no responses yet, then I went to hunt for a picture to show "mangomoon" what the seed pods looked like, which took longer than I expected. Your home is so pretty, and has the potential to be an absolute show-stopper someday. We are in good company. This fall I planted a different type. I assumed that "mangomoon" KNEW to let the larkspur flowers go to seed and dry out before cutting the flower stalks, so I didn't mention that. Lightly rake the bed to cover the seeds. Next, I'd use a garden hose to lay out a much larger, sweeping border line like the one in ianblue's picture, marking it with simple dark steel edging for now. Probably costs more now, but worth every penny. Cheryl, Wow Gary, thanks for giving me the visual of the pergola! Chill seed for 7 days at 35°F (2°C) to improve germination. Stay tuned....Last spring I, also, pulled the dried plants and placed them around different flower beds. I was wondering about the trim and gutters being white. Annie, you sound like me. I have had the bunny larksur seeds from the original bedding plants since 1998. Sometimes the bottom pods are ready before the top ones have finished blooming and then I just pull off the ripe ones. Last summer I got so lazy and just cut all the gone to seed larkspur and laid them down in the space between two of my flowerbeds. Some of the links on this site are affiliate links, including affiliate links to amazon.com. However, I have 2 acres and live in a rural area, and I'm not sure that really goes with the surroundings. Tie them together (I use rubber bands) and place inside a large paper bag. Personally, I would first use paint the foundation the dark hue. The seeds have already fallen out here. Brush seeds into a bag or bowl. Even for here that is early. I went out last week and threw out Larkspur seeds in the front yard. Wait until the seed pods get dried out and somewhat yellow before you try to harvest the seeds. I came to know larkspur years ago, when a single seed dropped by a bird germinated in a pot in my fourth-floor fire escape garden. {{gwi:635052}}, My youngest granddaughter's nickname is Mango. 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