Gardening in a drought.
It's nice to see the garden again, isn't it!
But, where's the snow? And ice? and ....oh wait, that's MY yard. Sigh.I so love how you are double stacking the planters. I'm intending to "STEAL" that idea this year as well. I think that's going to look terrific.
Steal all the ideas you want. I stacked them to reduce how many plants I'll need to water but still have all my "always outside" containers used. Different plants in each level should look good!
How wonderful to be seeing green springing forth now that the weather has warmed up. Pretty soon you'll have lovely blooms and good things to eat too.Happy Gardening & Happy Spring ~ FlowerLady
GonSS, Hey we woke up to a nice blanket of snow on the ground today. Yes, that's right, snow. It's a balmy 34 degrees with nary a ray of sunshine. One thing I like about snows in the spring is that by the end of the day they are gone and all that nitrogen rich moisture has soaked into the soil intend of running off down the storm drain.Life has started to sprout up (crocus, tulips & daffodils) in the flower beds but there's nothing planted in the garden just yet. Tonight the temperature is going to be 26 degrees which is still a bit cold for plants to survive. What's a gardener to do. Wait and watch. (big sigh).Have a great day in the garden.
Our snow didn't last past hitting the ground but at least it was wet.
I see patches of green, and yellow blooms! And lots of promise ahead. The differences between this month and next will be amazing! Happy spring!
It's good to know that work in the garden has gotten underway and that soon things will be popping up. Ah, Spring!