Finally, today, we were able to give Radar his burial. We have started to work on the new garden this weekend and decided that many of the plants in pots needed to go in the ground, including those with rats in the pots. Radar has been in the spare freezer awaiting his turn.
The details of what we’re doing in the garden are in my other blog, here. We decided to put Radar in the ground with a very old and venerable hosta – it looks like nothing just now, but the new shoots are just starting to grow and it will be lovely soon. Others who got planted out were D.R. (also with a hosta), Quinch (photinia), Tau (ceanothus), Roxie (pieris), Clarice (coprosma) and the ever-awkward Zelda with her pernyetta – the third plant she’s had planted over her. The first one died after the pot broke in a house move, and the second just… died. I think Zel didn’t like it. She seems to like this one, though – after all, it’s quite spiky!