The garden has been grown’ something awesome in the last couple of weeks. This is how the flower garden looked at the end of winter. Disgusting isn’t it? We had very little snow and very, very cold weather. We lost almost all our perennials. What are those blue patches you ask? They are piles of fertilizer to kill the weed called Horse’s Mane. This weed has elastic roots and if you grab it to pull it out….the spores disperse throughout the garden. Each spore starts a new Horse’s Mane.
It is easy to see where the weed is dying from the fertilizer. One must have patience as the dying must happen underground too. So we have patches of dead Horse’s Mane lying all over the garden. The girls are not interested.
Our squash patch was much the same…nekked!
Kinda depressing work, when I look at it now. We even lost all our strawberries. Such a pile of work.
I toiled all day in the veggie garden. Only coming in for naps and food. I worked my paws to the bone. I think it was worth it.
Hi Cow Kitty, quite the amount of nip plants this year. I count 4 but they’re rather squished now. MOL
What’s that Cow Kitty doing, Shoks? It’s ok, Kali. Cow Kitty is havin’ some nip but there’s 4 plants out there. We won’t run out.
Well, there’s our garden so far. The best patch is the veggie garden if I don’t say so myself. MOL
As they say sometimes you’re the seed, sometimes you’re the dirt. Hope tomorrow is a seed kind of day.