Friday, October 19, 2007

Life resumes!

Thanks to God, Jesus, Buddha, and Mother Earth. This weekend I can finally garden. My treeguy was here this week cutting deadwood out of the hackberry that hangs over my deck and has managed to destroy the turf beneath the place where he was working. This pot is holds a loquat, one of two that I am training into topiary trees. I plan to replant them in some decent soil, since they are currently in crap.
Sometime during the summer I threw down cosmos seed in the front bed and and now one is actually blooming. It's only about 8" tall; they really must be the most hardy of annuals.

4 comments:

Mean Rachel said...

You mean, one of the two plants you are torturing and binding?

Miseryyyyyyyyy!!!

Goldie said...

"Are you growing a bonsai?!?" -RF

Clare said...

I think that cosmos can be planted in fall or early spring. Mine seeded and I tossed them in a pot and now I've got some sprouting, we'll see if they survive the winter!

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