Chaos and progress.

Well, remind me next time I go away that I need to leave explicit instructions on watering.  All my indoor seedlings are dead.  Argh.  Have to start from scratch with my herbs and I’m down to my last two tomato plants (I had already given one away to a friend).

I have one other, in similar shape.  Fingers crossed, yall!

I have one other, in similar shape. Fingers crossed, y'all!

In other news, the front garden and back yard look completely mad, but largely in a good way:

Total violet and periwinkle dominance.

Total violet and periwinkle dominance.

Except here, where the coral bells (which I had forgotten about) are going mad.

Except here, where the coral bells Bleeding Heart (thanks Jackie!) (which I had forgotten about) are going mad.

Squirrels decimated these marigolds completely.

Squirrels decimated these marigolds completely.

Man, there is a lot of stuff in here.  Gah.

Man, there is a lot of stuff in here. Gah.

A mix of nasturtiums and wildflowers. Guess whats dominating? (I have another of these boxes, but it needs more drainage - everything is drowning.)

A mix of nasturtiums and wildflowers. Guess what's dominating? (I have another of these boxes, but it needs more drainage - everything is drowning.)

Whats the story?

What's the story?

Also, things are justjust sprouting in the latest garden box.  Squirrelproofing was a total success.  YAY.

No, really, that thing is a sprouting plant!

No, really, that thing is a sprouting plant!

One wee broccoli!

One wee broccoli!

There’s also one beet sprout.  And the lettuce continues, against all odds, to thrive.  Holy craps.

I really should harvest some soon.

I really should harvest some soon.

I will update again soon. Was defeated by a vicious cold for the last week (including while I was in Reykjavik).  Much to do this week.

One Thought on “Chaos and progress.

  1. Joe on May 31, 2009 at 21:19 said:

    Very nice post! You are very intelligent about the subject of blogging.

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