Today I moved a clump of monarda out of the vegetable garden – the only one left after years of monarda abuse in that location, and they were so pretty.
Also moved a few sprigs of that blue flower that has overrun the upper veg garden. I don’t know what it’s called but its flower is quite blue and large and almost fuzzy.
And moved several clumps of lady’s mantle into the corner of the woodland yard near the steps. Lady’s mantle – best feature is the way water droplets bead up along the edges of its ornately round leaves.
Goal: veg garden for the veggies.
The leftover rhubarb clumps have found new homes – four of them!
- the home of the gardener to whom I made the rhubarb drop
- Dolan Middle School’s garden
- St Catherine of Siena’s mini garden
- and one will go to the historic garden at the Bush-Holley House.
This feels very traditional.
planted the cole crops, seedlings:
broccoli and kale first,
then cabbages (green and red),
then brussels sprouts this saturday
heavy rain saturday night watered everything in thoroughly
Demolished a large brush pile and transplanted a row of raspberries in the reclaimed space
moved the rhubarb out of the vegetable garden
to a more out-of-the way corner
several clumps left over to give away