Today finally we sowed some seeds, we will continue tomorrow. It feels great to start another gardening season! Hubby @redskins29 was a great help as always. Making sure seeds made contact with the soil….pushed in and covered up.
Our sweet Cherry blend seeds came in 2 colors… (botanical interests) never seen pepper red seeds but sure they will grow😊
Got to keep track of what we grow.
What seeds we got started? Well let’s see…
Orange king bell
Tomatillo río grande
Thurs 17th Dec | Took a little trip to the garden centre today. Loving my new hope plant. I don’t think it’s said often enough but it is really important to find a balance between studying hard and taking care of your mental and physical health. Hope you’re all doing well, message me anytime if you need to talk x
Fall doesn’t have to be a time in your garden when your bountiful summer crops simply start to slow down. In fact, in most areas of the country, fall can be one of the most productive times of year in your garden. Many crops thrive in the cooler weather of autumn, and even into winter with a bit of protection. Think spinach, lettuce, beets, carrots, cabbage, parsnips, turnips, radishes, broccoli, kale, chard, mustard greens — the list goes on!
I tend to art journal in a fairly linear fashion, but I like some pages to be arranged by topic rather than date. For those pages I’m always coming back to, I’ve made tabs: GARDEN, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, HUFFY (an important, sentimental gift), and to-do.
My GARDEN tab holds my garden planner which actually spans two spreads and four pages: the first spread has a pattern on the left for photos and a checklist on the right, and the second spread has written notes as well as clippings from seed packets, plant tags and photos of my garden. The FEATHERS tab is a two-page spread of found feathers, though so far I only have two (a blue jay feather and an unknown one). Under FLOWERS, I glue dried flowers; Spring is here in Louisiana, so that page will start filling fast! The to-do tab is actually out of date as of tomorrow! That’s where I had kept all of my little March tidbits: notes and ideas on things to do as well as a wee calendar.