Between the blackflies on Friday and the frigid temperatures on Saturday and Sunday there is little to report gardeningwise. I turned many beds and planted more peas, spinach and lettuce, seeded four kinds of chard, two varieties of mustard greens and four types of kale. I also transplanted little garlic bulbs that I had gotten as bulbils from gardener extraordinaire, Peter Wiley, at Seedy Saturday a few years ago when it was held at Wychwood Barns. They had grown bigger each year and now are ready to join the rest of the garlic in a dedicated bed.
|Thea and Scylla hot on a trail|
|Scylla spurns Thea's invitation to play|
|Scylla says, "Now that's a stick!"|
|Thalia daffodil - the best of the white narcissus|
|Naturalized daffodils in the field|
|Green iron bench under the old apple tree|
|Lutyens bench in the crabapple allee|