...to entertain me. Some of my seeds have come up and it seems like magic every year.
I'm beginning to believe this plant is in the witness protection program. It took me 8 shots to capture it. My camera keeps wanting to focus on the surrounding material. Go figure.
It remains evergreen here in a protected space. It was just waiting for me to turn back on the water to bloom.
Beets "Detroit Red"
Carrots "Baby Little Fingers"
More Morning Glories
Still waiting on my potatoes, pumpkins and peas to make an entrance above ground.
Cucumber seeds and sweet potato slips are next in line.
Soon I'll be planting tomato seedlings from my CSA farm. I'm taking the leap into heritage/heirloom (note: heritage refers to animals, heirloom refers to plants) breeds this year. They taste better, but are far more susceptible to disease because they haven't been genetically modified to fight off things like blight and viruses.
Now, if I could only talk Lee into letting me raise some other heritage breeds. How about some Milking Devon cattle, or San Clemente Goats, or a Shire horse, or Delaware chickens, or Jersey Buff turkeys, or.....who am I kidding? ;)