Time for another garden update. The weather has been wonderful for growing things - a mix of rain, sun, cool and shady days, hot and sunny days. The whole garden has responded.
|Tool mailbox and water spigot
Chris sprouted some chia seeds (yes, he has a George Washington chia pet) and I thought it'd be fun to see if I get them to grow. That's them at the very front left corner. Then I did some research and it turns out the plants get 5 feet tall. Gonna have to move the chia pet soon.
All of the herbs are growing well although I need to do better with my basil. I didn't spread the seeds well. The transplanted starts are better, but I'm still having trouble not denuding the plants with my usage. The sage is crazy good as is the lemon thyme. The rosemary start is okay but not growing fast enough to keep up with demand.
|Chia, basil, cilantro, pluto basil, sage, lemon thyme,
oregano, rosemary, marigolds, beefsteaks
|Jalapeño close, Ace green pepper far
|Lonely and destined for the grill
|Lots of unopened flowers and new fruit buds
|Tiny female buds
|Lots of salads
|Arugula, kale, English peas
|Bad angle on the garlic, it actually looks better than this
|Two small lavender plants
|One rosemary start and the rest from seeds. Sad.
|Cooper loves the grass
|Mini Iris, impatients, pansies
|Iris, foxglove, hostas. Needs more filling.
|Deer nibbled hostas
|Small driveway bed filling in with perennials