So two days ago we had a nearly 80 degree day. That is bad. Honestly the damage wasn't as bad as it could have been considering I was at work, sweating near the zoo, unable to water my plants. Mom's heroic measures for the rest of the garden were enough. The tree collard got wrecked. … Continue reading Heroic measures for the tree collard
The rains have begun in earnest! Which means I have to delay my planting, hunker down any little plants, and focus on a big clean up. A clean up of what? Apples. When I took this picture I was anticipating a not so fun job for my next day off, but when I came home … Continue reading Captain’s log: Early December 2019
Well between the wind and the heat this took longer to get to then I'd like, but at least I've finally done it. I had a matching low bowl to the one I put the alpine strawberries in, so I cleared it of dead and dying succulents and set it into the vacant pot opposite … Continue reading Quinalt strawberries are finally in their new home
I'm pretty excited about these guys. They're an everbearing alpine strawberry and I got two because I've had a free low bowl for a while since I moved the leeks to the former mint thunderdome. The blue pot is a goner- huge crack down it's side. So I've revived it as a pot stand, and … Continue reading Alpine strawberries have arrived!