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Weekly Garden Update!
Weekly Garden Update!
May 10, 2012
March 9, 2014
I love narcissi. Can’t get enough of them. Always wanted a giant bed of them in my garden and now I have some!
White dicentra, which will go where there pink one goes.
View of my cleaned-up greenhouse interior. Still looks pretty tame.
Did I mention some tulips made a guest appearance? I suppose we do have the sort of weather they enjoy.
I will definitely have to invest in more fall bulbs if they all do so well here.
Bought another aloe at Plantagen last weekend. Can’t have enough of these guys, I think.
There’s a few different types now, but I totally will continue adding varieties starting this fall.
My first (and probably temporary) raised garden bed. Made from… bed frames 🙂
I also plan to plant my cucumbers directly into these bags once the weather warms a bit more.
Leaf lettuce, mixed carrots and spinach.
Leaf lettuce, spring onion and salad dandelion.
Parsley, purple carrots and cilantro.
I put in 9 rows of “cold weather crops” the first weekend of May. We’ll see when they sprout.
The droopy lavender I seeded last spring is now looking much happier in the greenhouse.
The clivia T’s granny gave us has been repotted and is now also in the greenhouse.
My 2 year old calamondin has once again been repotted and is enjoying its new greenhouse home.
Repotted peony. Still don’t know where it’s going yet.
Pink dicentra I got on sale last week. Don’t know where it’s going yet.
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