Thought I'd start with a few photos of blooms that are doing well right now.
The rest of the blooms are pretty much the same as the past couple of months, but with some cold weather damage (and by cold weather, I mean a few nights that got around freezing). A lot of leggy, scruffy perennials...can't wait to cut them back after a real freeze. Also, excuse all the leaves. Wednesday afternoon is raking time.
To see other gardens on this bloom day, go to May Dreams Garden, where Carol hosts this monthly event.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Okay, so this is an example of planting seeds because of the name. I don't actually eat radishes, but I'll attempt to do something with these. I think I let them get too spicy, but maybe sliced thin with some goat cheese on bread? Mostly, I just like how cute they are. Planted some rainbow chard (transplant) in its place in the square foot garden. Also put in some Italian parsley, a hollyhock (only one of my seeds came up), and mint, which I hope will jump the corner of the bed to the granite. We'll see.