How Does Your Garden Grow?


This is a sampling of the different veggies and flowers I've planted. I've also planted quite a few bulbs - fresias, sparaxis... So far, nothing has come up. But I'm hoping something will soon. We have visitors from Germany set to arrive next week and I'd like to have some colorful flowers to greet them with!

8 comments:

M.K. said...

Oh dear! If nothing has come up yet, then you probably won't have anything blooming by next week. My husband has been growing things from seed, and it takes so much time. If you want bloom for your visitors, you may need to buy blooming plants ($$).

Jim said...

I tried one year to plant bulbs. I planted them upside down.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I am so stuck on perennials that I planted several packs of them this spring and also bought some at the nursery and planted those. Just two tomato plants though.

I like your photo and post today and also enjoyed your post yesterday. Neat.

Tanya said...

You've planted a nice assortment. I bought a bunch of seeds but don't know where I layed them. I did start an herb garden though that is doing ok, just needs some weeding.
I'm lol'ing at Jim!
Hope your flowers pop up soon!

Chris said...

We just planted a bunch of marigolds and salvia (already plants). Unfortunately, the roofers were walking RIGHT THROUGH THE FLOWERS AND SMASHING THEM. (Can you tell I wasn't happy?) They are going to pay for new flowers. Sheesh,.

In answer to your question. . .The photo in my blog is of my house.

Olivier said...

un bel assortiment, ton jardin va ĂȘtre superbe et va te nourrir.

a nice assortment, your garden will be superb and will feed you.

brian said...

i just ran across the big bag of bulbs that i bought on clearance last fall... but i think it's too late to plant them this year too, i need to go through them. =)

Halcyon said...

You can still plant some bulbs, like tulips, in the fall. It's not a good idea to plant in summer though. Bulbs do need a little bit of cold to force them into blooming. :)