When we got home from our vacation I salvaged this asparagus and was able to use some of it! Still picking a little and I was able to harvest a few other things than usual this week.
See this funny piece! I laid it on the ground while cutting some more and turned my head. Coco swiped it and started eating! How many of your dogs like asparagus????
I harvested radishes! 1/2 oz plus two more! One fell out of the bowl and I didn't see it. The other one fell on the floor and Coco grabbed it and ate it quick. How many of your dogs eat radishes?????
I harvested this spinach. Well, it may have had a little swiss chard in it! I forgot I planted swiss chard in one area and thought I planted spinach. Dizzy Lizzy here! This weighed 7 and 5/8 oz. I did pick more greens this week but to tell the truth I have decided it is too much work and time consuming to weigh everything! Or am I just lazy???
I think my lovage needs to be divided! I will have to do that next spring I guess. I cut some and hung it to dry to use in my soups.
It kills me to have to do this but it is the first year for my strawberries plants and they tell me I have to cut the blossoms off this year to make stronger plants!!!
These Iris are a joy to look out the window at. The picture shows just a little more white than they actually have but they do have a little in the middle.
I bought these lovely Boston Ferns on sale to hang on the front porch. I do hope I can keep them looking lovely!
When we arrived home our daughter, Sue, had this beautiful plant for Mother's Day sitting on the front steps to greet me! What a nice welcome home! She had also mowed our front lawn!
Remember the cup/pots from last week? I planted 'Ezawe' Sedum in these two. This cross stitched thyme saying was done a few years ago. I hope you and your gardens stay safe from all these crazy storms! Happy Gardening!