I woke up this morning to a little mist in the air and thought that today would be the day that I’d finally put my plants in the ground.
It’s probably still a few weeks early so I’ll have to cover them at night but these guys really need more space!
To finish out the planting in the back yard I transplanted my herbs into this long pot that will live on my patio. Right now it’s basil and dill (because that’s what I had) but I think I’ll probably end up moving the dill somewhere else and just filling this with basil. Because I don’t think it’s possible to have too much.
I still have a lot of seedlings left that I’d like to give away (looks like the work garden is a no-go) because I don’t think any one person could possibly need that much zucchini!
With everything in in the back yard and me already soaked, I went out front.
And, I failed to take a picture (just imagine a pot full of dirt) but I also planted orange, yellow and pink flower seeds in the pots on my tree lawn and a bunch of purple columbines among the irises out front.
Then I came inside to dry off and warm up!
I hope this weekend of rain makes everything grow like crazy!
PS-those plastic cups are to remind me what is planted where. Tomorrow I’ll show you the pretty plant markers I’m making to replace the ugly plastic cups!