Two garden posts in two days – I know, I know! But I finally got the last of the backyard plants for this season and I couldn’t wait to show them off.
After Bootsy died, I needed something to do – a project. I’d bought these Fintorp buckets from Ikea back in November, which tells you how long I’ve been sitting on this. They’re intended to be cutlery caddies, but I thought they’d make nice containers for an indoor herb garden. So, we went to Plant World, my go-to
The zucchini is starting. This is the only one I can see so far, but there are a ton of flowers, so it should be a good crop. The flowers look like a terrifying-but-also-kind-of-beautiful species from another galaxy, and while I’ve heard they’re edible, they do not taste delicious raw. Nasturtiums, on the other hand, are quite
I hate gardening. So, I pick Eris Day to take it up again. Figures. In 2009, I got as far as step 1: remove all the weeds, rocks and crap from the space, but then I didn’t get any further with it. Gardening always seems like a lot of work, and I didn’t really have the patience