Garden is growing

June 9, 2015 at 1:12 pm Leave a comment

That rain we had for an entire weekend really gave the gardens a boost. Seeds sprouted and plants grew taller.

The basil seedlings left over after I put in my raised garden were pretty small so I cut the bottoms out of plastic pots and put them over top to protect them from small animals. This basil plant is growing. Time to take off the pot.



zucchini plant is definitely growing


and the tomatoes too …


The herb pot by the front door is showing signs of filling out too


the portulaca is beginning to open as is the dianthus beside it.

I called last evening to let my grandchildren know that the seeds are sprouting and we have little plants above the ground.

And there’s even signs of the carrot tops coming too. By next post those will all be larger and easier to photograph.


Planter box is filling out too.

Until next post, happy gardening.


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