|A lonely pansy peeks out from among|
the sedum. Self seeded from last year.
|A white heath aster shows up in one of|
my pots. Take a look to the left of the
flower...I caught a bee just about
to land on it
To add to that chore, last year's bountiful morning glories left hundreds of seeds in their wake, all of which appear to be sprouting simultaneously. Seriously, there are parts of the front garden that are blanketed in morning glory seedlings, all of which must be ripped up and thrown out before they begin their insidious twining around the fence.
|Lovely lavender survived the winter|
to bloom fragrantly this spring.
And my tomatoes! Oh dear, what a predicament that is. I think I must have thrown tomatoes into the compost at some point without removing the seeds. So, of course, when I used my compost for planting my containers, the result has been dozens and dozens of tomato plants sprouting in every conceivable nook and cranny where they were not deliberately planted. I really don't know where I'm going to put them all but I hate the thought of throwing them out.
A mysterious plant (weed?) showed up
in the garden. Planted by a bird perhaps.
I'll keep you posted.
Ballo ergo sum
- Gitana, the Creative Diva