I am not sure what to do about it, I am already overwhelmed and have such little time.
Turtle with threadleaf coreopsis and zinnia seedlings.
My mood would really improve if this is a larkspur seedling. I have planted them every year in the winter, this would be the first time they've shown up!
Looking at this, I realize, I need lots more basil. I like to make pesto and freeze it for winter pasta dishes.
Remember the Triscuit package with the basil seeds in it? Well, I didn't get any basil from it. I followed the instructions and soaked the card and planted it in light garden soil. Oh, well. Last year's basil is volunteering for me.
Lots of potatoes. It's hard to keep these plants covered. I see some of them are starting to flower.
Osteospermum, "Deep Purple" with Pansy, "Beaconsfield".
I love this little guy with his snapdragon brothers.
Here are the cute 'TomatoBerry' tomatoes! How long do you think before he's on my plate??
a week, maybe 2?
ooooo boy. this plant looks rough, I know. Left in the pot while we left for vacation, high winds, lotsa heat, and this plant suffered. Never mind, though. There's new growth and we will get thru it.
Sunscald on my tiny peppers!
I planted a new perennial. Armeria 'Rubra'. Still, just a drop in the bucket that is the project of my yard.
I think tomorrow, I will wander around to the front yard. Much more of a completed design.