Monday, April 27, 2009

Hyacinth; Survivals; Broccoli

Sugar snap peas at about one month.

This morning the wonderful smell of hyacinth wafted into my living room windows, open for the first time this year.  It was glorious.

I have a Darwinian approach to gardening, so I was pleased to see new growth on the sweet autumn clematis and the pee-gee hydrangea that I thought I had lost.  It's amazing how plants survive even the roughest of conditions.

Sage and I put our broccoli into the raised bed this afternoon, and watered everything.

The trellis in the photo above, by the way, is a child gate that we never used, now turned sideways and nailed to the raised bed.

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