Last weekend (I’m writing this on 4/10), was a busy one! I’m still catching up on logging things I did then.
I pick just about the worst time to set out these peppers. For two of the three days after they were planted out, winds were steadily gusting at 20-30 miles per hour, and night time temperatures dropped down into the 40’s. They made it through, though! I already had 4 peppers in the vegetable garden; these 5 went into the corner of a perennial bed in the front yard. (Photo #1)
Photos #2 and #3 are Helianthus dug up and given to me by a local gardening friend. She said that they’ll grow to 6-8 feet tall, and can handle moist soil – after I prepare a bed for them, I’m going to transplant these in a west-facing wet spot by the house, in the front/side yard.
I went on a bit of a perennial herb buying spree at Sea Island Savory Herbs – they had some neat ones!
Rudbeckia 'Indian Summer' Potting Up
Rudbeckia 'Rustic Colors' Potting Up
Helianthus Potting Up
Golden oregano Growing