The gardening days begin…
I am turning to the garden to get my mind out of the gutter (not the perverted gutter, nice try!) these days. I don’t know what is going on with me but I am just not as perky as usual these days.
We are still waiting on the second offer from Evansville but we are trying to be patient since Indiana has had some severe weather this week and we know the news station is swamped right now.
We have a little over 70 days here at our current rental before we have to move out and find a new rental here or in another city so long term gardening is out of the question still. I can plant, grow and enjoy any thing that will bloom or fruit within that time frame…
I got some peonies, lilies and anemones in march that I planted in pots that are getting ready to bloom right now. I snapped some photo of them to share with you, the first photo is of a peonies, second photo is of a lily and third photo is of an anemone/ windflower.
I also spotted some purple and yellow pansies that sprouted up in a flower bed here, they survived there despite the harsh winter!
This vine-like plant that grows from pips is sprouting up everywhere and trying to take over. I think it is morning glory? Got any clue what it is or how to keep it out of the vegetable garden?
We are growing radish, broccoli, sugar snap peas, zucchini and pac choi in our very young vegetable garden right now. I think the garden will keep me busy for a while, what do you think? Can you tell which vegetable is which in the photos?