I wasn't sure where exactly to post this, so I'll try here. If it's better somewhere, hostesses, please feel free to move it.
So there was this area outside where I dug up all the dead grass and put down new soil and planted a bunch of bulbs to make a flower
garden. The front part is a square area with a little tree
in the middle. I also went up the side along the walkway and took out all that grass as well. I had permission from the landlord to do the front area and they didn't seem like they cared so that's when I decided to do the side area as well. It just came to my attention via my b/f that a while back the landlord had made a comment about not knowing about the side area. My b/f pointed out that it was years dead and told him that it was full of flower
bulbs and would look better come spring
. The landlord just told him we'll see. So now I feel like I'm in a dilemma. Should I just leave it and hope that it looks all right when the flowers
bloom or should I go ahead and plant
new grass to make it look like it did before only better? And if I plant
new grass, how is that going to affect the bulbs that are planted in that area? Will I need to dig them up or will they grow through the grass. My original intention was for the landlord to really like what I've done over there and see it as an improvement to the property. They are new landlords, just bought the duplex in June of last year, but I still want them to be happy with my gardening. Should I just talk to them about it and ask what they would like for me to do?