My to do list:
- Cut back the morning glory
- Clean up the old herb area
- Finish planting out the seedling
- Sweep the patio
- Trim potted plants as needed
The morning glory needs to be trimmed back every two years to keep it from turning into a rats nest. The photo below is the view from my living room looking at the MG.
|Morning glory |
View from living room
It's amazing how this plant will find it's way into the house every year.
There is so much more light in the house now.
The area where I grew my herbs in pots before I moved them to the bed next to the kitchen door needed some serious clean up and rearranging.
Now I'm ready to plant some flowers in this area.
I planted the rest of the carrots I started in the greenhouse in the micro 20 soil blocks. All of the carrots had at least one to two sets of true leaves. They seem to be holding up just fine after transplanting.
I also planted out the beets and spinach I started in the micro 20 and transplanted into the 2 inch soil blocks. I have say I will not be going back to starting seeds in plastic cells. The soil blocks are so much easier to work with.
Everything is all cleaned up and I'm ready for the 2012 gardening season.
The photo below is the view from my living room.
Are you ready for the 2012 growing season?
~ Happy Gardening ~