Not in the way you think. Underground as in roots, water, plants. It 's a bit of a cheat to allow a discussion on gardening.
It's been a long winter and Spring has finally sprung. People in these parts go a little nutty once the weather breaks. We've been cooped up way to long. Feeling the sun on our skin and getting dirt under our fingernails is wonderful tonic to erase the lethargy of winter.
Before we moved to our current location, a condo, we had a large backyard that we turned into an oasis. We were honored to be on the city Garden Walk one summer.
This beauty is a clematis called Miss Bateman. She climbed up a light post in our front yard. We recently bought one for our current yard and hope it is as much of a stunner as this one once was.
Our back yard had many large trees so shade loving plants were a must. Lots of Hosta, Ligularia, Sweet Woodruff.
We designed our own fountain feature that turned out very well.
The things that spring up from Underground amaze us every year.
We have a much smaller area now to tend, which is fine, a hill out back that we covered with Sweet Woodruff, We brought some of our favorite hostas with us. We keep tweaking what we have now to suit our gardening style. Life in the garden is good.