There has to be a word that "real" gardeners use for what I do and I am sure that it is not very nice. By the middle of the year, the yard always looks nice, but I am usually too restless to tend for plants to make sure they are all doing well. I consider myself a "mover". I keep shifting plants around in the yard until they look good or until they find a place where they seem to thrive.
I did a big "move" just before it got cold last year and it looks like most of this stuff is starting to come up. Of course, at the first sign of warm weather, I couldn't control myself and decided to do another "move" today. I hadn't really thought about where I was moving stuff last year but it seems that I had too many pinks near pinks, whites near whites and yellows near yellows. Today, I decided to mix it up a bit. In addition to mixing things up, I decided to carve another 70 or so square feet out of my lawn and converted it to planting area. Stuff is coming up all over. The rabbits seems to be eating all of the crocuses and most of the tulips but hopefully we'll have a few daffodils before their end of the spring.