OK - here's what it looks like in the middle of winter. Exciting eh? I think that when the snow starts to melt and you're able to see the little creeping Junipers it might be a bit more interesting. I should perhaps throw some large boulders here and there as well, to stick out through all that whiteness!
It's going to be interesting seeing how many of the new plants survived this rather harsh winter, and how may Tulips and Allium come up again!
Plans for the year? Finish taming the backside of this hill - pulling out the wild raspberry canes and the thistle and buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica), while keeping some clumps of Goldenrod and Aster for colour and nectar. Add boulders (see above). Transplant more Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) and Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) from the Birch Border and Corner Garden.