Imagine the only grass in the front yard is 6 foot wide paths winding around flower beds. This year Pat and I took a giant step towards that goal. Most of this load of sweet peet was used to create the new beds. It looked as if we could populate the beds with plants from the back yard. Some of the back yard beds are too full and needed thinning. While our son Jimmy and I were moving sweet peet, Pat was digging in the back yard. Next thing you knew the front yard beds were pretty much full. What's weird and cool at the same time is that you can't hardly tell where anything came from. Think of it, Pat and Jim are self sufficient in plant production, very cool. The next load of sweet peet is a couple weeks away because spring break ends Tuesday and I need to rest up.