Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Yard Projects

The calendula we grew from seed is looking lovely.
I planted three clumps of them and they're all in bloom.

Yesterday, Jeff got our tomato plants into the ground. Because there were so many, we had to spread them out into other areas. We put a couple of them into half barrels we moved with us from Redwood City and were still kicking around the yard.
We put a couple in the back yard, and the remaining three were planted in the front yard.
Jeff transplanted a sword fern that grew much taller than I anticipated and was shading two of our blueberry plants.
I transplanted a bunch of small columbine starts from the central mound of plants. We should not have let the Nora Barlow columbine go to seed last year. LOL  I have given away at least twenty tall flowering columbine plants to local folks, but these are just some of the small ones. I want to make sure they survive before I gift them.


  1. That's one of the best parts of gardening-sharing the bounty!
    Looking good!

    1. Thanks. I am inspired by your drip system so I want to try and figure one out this summer.

    2. Let me know if I can help. ;0D