We dug up the area between the sidewalk and the driveway, between Fuzzy and the house. And then put down some old granite pieces to form a walkway from the driveway to the sidewalk. But so far we have no plants to replace the lawn. Linda decided that some Texas Sedge would do well there.
As it happens we still have one stump to dig up in the West lawn from one of the elm trees that died after the Big Freeze in 2021. And that area generally has been planted with Texas Sedge (and Inland Sea Oats), and at the moment the sedge is doing really well. But I'm going to need to destroy it to dig up the stump, so rather than destroy it, we decided to transplant it from the west lawn around the stump to the front yard near Fuzzy.
We dug up an area between one and two feet out from the stump.
and transplanted the sedge we dug up to the parts of the front lawn next to the bed edging near the house
and to the area closer to the wall that holds the dirt around Fuzzy.
Linda also got some Cedar Sage to put around the bed at the base of Fuzzy.
On both sides of the little rock wall.
And some Coral Berry plants for just in front of the bedroom, on the other side of the sidewalk.