I started off the gardening week quite zealously. I opened up the fern farm and rehomed close to 30 rather large ostrich ferns. Not literally a fern farm but the ferns have exploded this spring and I had to thin them out. I still have more to thin out but these will get dug into the woods.
I also will have to thin out some native daylilies. They also have exploded. This layered gardening stuff is hard work. I love it, don’t misunderstand me, but sometimes a gardener needs to take a break.
This week I also had to deal with seedling city. It was time to stop avoiding them and pot them up. I will be rehoming some chili peppers and tomatoes. I have never had so many seedlings! I tried this growing system from Gardener’s Supply Company. Well it worked really well!!!
So today it was rainy and damp most of the day, and I lallygagged around the house. I had grand plans for weeding and planting today… and did not really do anything.
Well tomorrow is another day. Tomorrow I weed. I can’t procrastinate it away any longer. The weeds are mostly Bishop’s Weed or gout weed. I do battle with it every year. It’s one of those things I can’t believe people thought it was great ground cover once upon a time.
Your garden and the blooms are beautiful….spending Mother’s Day in a garden is JOY.
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You have a beautiful garden. My Ostrich Ferns are struggling on a steep, shady slope. I planted 3 and one succumbed, but two are hanging on.
I am a terrible procrastinator. I have a huge section of Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia Goldstrum) that I wanted to divide this spring. I did manage to get 3 clumps replanted, but not the rest. Now I think it is too late and I will have to wait until the fall to divide them. Oh well, at least the weather will be cool then………