The asparagus bed was cleared out, and I threw down some compost, amendments, and the first batch of wood & bunny pellets courtesy of Bun-Bun. It was a tough call......so many beds to feed, so little poop. :) Alliums are sprouting up all over the place, and the one lone rosemary cutting that survived the winter (indoors) went out in the cold frame.
This area here stretching from the trees back to the fence was destined to become a wildflower patch LAST year, and it just didn't happen. Lack of time and money is a valid excuse, but one we can not afford to make again this year. Hoping all the seeds I ordered are still viable. Now we just need a truck load or two of loam and lots of luck to pull it off.
(Why did I not sow more peas here, these greens will be adequate for garnishing, but that is about it.)
We finished the bathroom re-do this weekend, so next weekend, and likely the couple following it, will be dedicated to garden projects: A potting bench in the shed, and a full-size cold frame/bed out in the garden. And now to the finished bathroom:
Limestone tile and a true representation of the wall color:
No-sew curtain project:
Voila! My flash didn't go off when I took this last night so it all looks quite dark,
but you get the general idea.
(P.S. - Still no kale sprouting on my seedling shelf. What a poor excuse for a gardener I am huh?)