I tossed 10 packets of seeds all over the front and back yard with hopes that some success will come out of those. Transplanting is like finding a needle in a haystack. I would need lots of seed trays if I didn’t want to separate the sprouts by hand. Hope the toss method works. I know it was a bit windy today after the rain, but hope some seeds stick to the soil.
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They’ll be in bloom soon.
It’s only March – I’m amazed some bulbs are sprouting to 2cm.
I got blue parrots, angelica(pink double flower, fragrant), red-green parrots, and purple and white tulips from the fair.
I will soon have to take the difficult task of uplifting and rearranging the exist bulbs if I want a different pattern in the fall, and not a mish mash of colour.
It’s now August, the weather has cooled unseasonably, but not much is happening in my garden.
The marigolds are the few things growing well with a cluster of flowers per plant. They are nice and bright. I have 2 varieties. I wish more grew.
The gladiolus are taking turns blooming still, altering between yellow and red. I wish there were more colours.
I have blotches of dirt with no vegetation. Doesn’t look too good, but I feel like it’s too late to plant anything more. I may be wrong.
I recognize the snapdragons and their buds. They are about to bloom.
The return on flower of this plant is huge. The number of flowers is amazing, maybe 15? from one small plant. I think one of the plants is losing nutrients to weeds nearby. I haven’t weeded in a long time.
The gladiolus are starting to bloom. Sometime over the last few days the buds formed from out of nowhere. The gladiolus have strong, flat, long leaves, and there was no flower stem in site for a long time. Looks like I will have many many gladiolus to enjoy. The first one is twisting out like lipstick and is red.
I have 2 white ones.
Having this flower is definately a plus. The flower is big, and there are multiple buds coming from the same bush.