Thursday, April 8, 2010

Thursday's post.......

This is one of those posts that I don't know what it's going to be about, as I don't actually have any ideas about what I am going to write about.

Wednesday was a pretty quiet day.  My dad and step-mum came up mid morning until mid afternoon.  Dad was a trooper and rototilled a lot of my veggie garden.  I planted a few more of my seeds in egg cartons. 



I will be planting out my radishes starting next week.  The weather is still iffy and the potential for frost is still high, but we think the radishes will be fine.  Do you remember a while back, I brought up my geraniums from the basement.  This is how they are looking now; some are growing some are not.  Some of the plants I have had for 5+ years, so I have done well to keep them alive this long.

I am pleased to see things are growing in the garden and I will have photos in the days to come.

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6 comments:

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Great to see the plants coming back to life isn't it. See, you did find something to write about! A x

Sandra said...

I know nothing about planting or having a veggie garden but the older I get, the more I am intrigued by it. I will have to learn from my parents...

Beth said...

I admire your green thumb - mine is black. ;)

Chicken Boys said...

Farmer plowed and rowed up our garden. Now I just need to get seeds and starter plants. Frost is long gone.
~Randy

fizzycat said...

Good luck with your planting.
Your Geraniums look very healthy well done keeping them going so long.

Karine said...

You certainly have a green thumb! I hope to have a house with a garden one day too :o)