That’s a lovely image you describe so evocatively. I cherish quite a few flowers that have a bullying tendency. It’s disappointing when you google to identify some pretty new arrival that has popped up in the garden, only to find the first 20 hits are for ways to eradicate this fearsome weed.I confess that I adore grape hyacinths as well although admittedly they are really a very pretty weed in that they spread all over, such little plant bullies. But when my front garden patch is covered by that deliriously lovely indigo swath of color and scent, I always smile coming in and out my front door.
Grimace and grunt and they will think you are trying. If they lay hands on you to move you, start gasping and yelping long before it hurts.
Oh @Klassy, you put me to shame, well done. It wasn't raining here when I stepped out for a walk, but the wind was so strong I came straight back in!The first one in rain and strong wind
I feel exactly the same. But you were wise enough not to overdo it, I never learn.I had chronic back pain which I think had a bit to do with the hip and a lot to do with bad habits in my gardening.