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Saturday, May 10, 2014
No more curfew
What a blessing not to have to schlep these guys in and out of the sunroom right now! I don't have to watch the clock in the evenings.
The pot tomatoes are looking a little better, although they do not measure up to my memory of a type called Patio Pik from a long time ago. I doubt I'll do these again unless they get their act together.
The pots of 'normal' tomatoes, bell & hot peppers are doing okay. So are the 4 doz Zahara zins sprouts.
That pack of dwarf French marigolds eventually gave me 7 doz starts. Great news for summer blooms - the deer don't seem to like them (nor zins). On the down side, marigolds don't seem to interest the bees very much.
Meanwhile the rest of the greens, sprouts, etc. are very convenient on the deck.
And watering is a breeze since I went ahead and set up the water barrels much earlier this year. Who knew I'd be needing them so soon?
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