There’s many beautiful varieties of tulips in the garden right now. I composted around them too to help them along.
|Plum and pear trees blooming|
|Peach and nectarine trees blooming|
Their enchanting and when I’m feeling uneasy about life, I look at the flowers.
I also have broccoli and cauliflower transplanted in the garden beds, a long with onion bulbs. I transplanted these today and I transplanted a lilac bush today as well.
I have more broccoli and cauliflower that are seedlings I started from seed. They’re growing very slow, so I’m waiting to transplant them when they mature, and then transplant them in my other garden.
There’s tomatoes and pepper seedlings I started from seed as well, and they’re quite small so I’m waiting to transplant them when they mature.
There’s strawberry plants I put in pots, as well. I don’t seem to have luck with these if I’m growing them in beds. And I have purple potatoes planted in the pots as well.
I bought a 50 lb. Bag of kennebac potatoes to transplant those on good Friday as the saying goes. I’ll be planting them in the grow bags again because that seems easy and successful.
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