CLADA WORKS ON THE LANDSCAPING WHENEVER SHE HAS FREE TIME.
with banana trees and
Excavation churns up rocks which
she re-locates to the banana grove.
The sea grape trees are slowing
A tomato plant started
growing from the sludge we used--we were thrilled to have fresh
us four croton leaf branches and these are growing, too!
Winston gave us some wild
Ginger Thomas seeds and these are growing as well
Our banana trees have
grown and we have our first hand--it is a huge one!!!
took the rest of the free top soil in preparation for future landscaping
Stanley prepositions some top soil for us
Much much later, when Joseph and crew
had a little extra time while we were waiting on the windows to arrive
planted the two large Spindle Palms for me.
Clada planted the retaining wall next to the apartment.
This his how the garden looked three months
one year later....
Christmas palms are over a year old. The
Queen palms are almost 6 months
they are a year old
Clada now does some of her own plantings...these are primarily
and she has added more to the "greenhouse."
The manspace plantings are
Working on a hillside which is steeper than it looks, is a
painful process. We hope it grows because Clada isn't doing it
This is the garden 5 months
This is the garden 1 year later.
Clada has added a section to the drainfield and it is growing very well.
is the latest
section planted, in front of the lower
Here is how it looks six months later.
Wheelbarrow sees lots of use...
We needed more rocks, so Patrick,
our trucker, let us go to his place and load up the truck a couple of
Clada places the rocks indiviudally...
Clada mixes her own soil for
planting and then spreads
Clada uses "borrowed" plants.... to create a new garden
plants do very well in the windy, salt-sprayed environment.
Chip installs drip irrigation
Clada expanded the pumproom and leachfield gardens
Clada planted a
few more gardens, then the Water Commissioner (Chip) said no more until
the cisterns are full.
The hillside stays green even in the dry season.
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