Loving this twist on the address planter from tonight’s DIH workshop at The Home Depot. Store associate Kayla K. from one of our New Orleans stores used Rust-oleum’s new turquoise spray paint to give her planter extra pop.
For those curious, here’s the “noodle lettuce” that grew from the Noodles & Company seed packet I raved about in the previous post. The lettuce shares a railing basket with two rescued impatiens, both of which are getting almost completely crowded out at this point.
It’s always a great sign to see ladybugs and their larvae in the garden, and of course Garden Science has special feelings for the insect due to the fact that I totally hatched my own last year. This little guy has been hanging around for a couple days and appears to have grown a bit since I first spotted him, so hopefully he’s getting nice and fat by feeding on aphids.
get out of there cat. that is not a cool kitty hangout place where you can lie down all day long. it’s where I plant my flowers. i cannot water you because you’re not a flower and you also hate water. but of course you don’t understand that. you’re a cat.