Spring has Sprung. Even during a Pandemic Emergency. How wonderful! And today I was reminded by my neighbour when he offered me some raspberry plants that he was thinning out of his garden that last year that I had put in a long narrow flower bed in my back yard along the fence and had declared it a "Perennial Library". The early idea was to plant the flower bed with perennials to reduce maintenance and then I realized, I didn't really want to buy plants but "miraculously" was inspired with a way that the garden might plant itself. And as of today that seems to be happening with the latest addition of Raspberries. Yum!!! And so, I offer the bits of ground pictured here as a place where anyone could come, excess perennial(s) in hand and dispose of their excess into my dirt. And, if you are in need of a Perennial for your own garden look on this blog to see if my "Library" has the perennial you are looking for, and then come and take it to free up a bit of dirt for the next deposit to arrive. I think it an interesting idea so am blogging it here to encourage all of my green thumbed (I am not) community of Brothers and Sisters to participate. Let me know if you would like to play my silly little spring game with me and I will let you know how to find my dirt piles. I will be doing my best to post weekly updates so that you can both track progress and also look and see if I have what you are looking for.