I so appreciate the Six on Saturday posts from The Propagator blog. Check out his bloghttp://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com, It is a check point in my week. A checkpoint that I hardly ever check off until Sunday or Monday. The expression, better late than never, rings true.
Saturday was spent repotting begonias and moving them out of the garage or from their sheltered Winter homes.
The pansy that won’t quit! This plant has lived in a pot on our outdoor dining table since Fall with only a couple evenings covered due to freezing dips in temperature. Amazing!
Just a little experiment. Planting a new viburnum hedge with pennisetum ‘Sky Rocket’ and newly divided iris planted in front. Let’s see how each does by July.
Bottoms up ladies! I volunteer at this garden, sponsored by the Skidaway Audubon group, once a week. Cutting back the “brown stuff’ last week. Within a few weeks, you will be surprised to see how it changes so fast on coastal Georgia!
Seeds are sprouting on the warming mat….tomatoes, lettuce, asters, and basil. What are you starting from seed?
It looks like Spring is coming your way. We still have two more nights in the 30s until I can get to work cleaning up the garden.
You fit quite a bit into your 6! Spring cleanups, summer flowers, wildlife, exotic blooms… it all looks and sounds beautiful 🙂
You’re getting me excited for Spring!
Thanks, Jayne! I’m looking forward to seeing your hedge etc…in July!