Friday, May 15, 2015

I think this container garden is going to work...

bean greens coming up!
we were late getting them planted this year, but the weather stayed cool and we had frost the week before we planted, so glad we held off...

I planted this this morning with rose moss and there are 2 peppers in the bottom pot along with more rose moss...
rose moss can take full sun...
and will bring the bees in to pollinate the veggies...

I raked and cleaned up all the maple copters...
and there were more this year than I have ever seen...
then Craig helped plant some more bloomers behind the tomatoes...


these are going to be so easy for me and DH to handle on our own this year...
picking is going to be awesome...

in a month, this will all be so pretty with everything much bigger...

I planted a few marigolds to keep the skeeters away...
hope it works...

and there it is so far...
we have much more to do in the yard...
a few places we haven't even touched yet...
not getting overgrown and full of copters...
those things are just everywhere...
got to mow in the morning if its not raining...

I took a lot more photos today, but will post those over the next few days...
have a great weekend!


5 comments:

Susie said...

Tete, You are going to have lots of beautiful blooming things at your house. I love your gardens. Your son is so good to help out. Blessings for a nice weekend,we are to have rain on and off till Tuesday. xoxo, Susie

laurie said...

I really enjoyed your photos at the green house and you certainly have been busy planting!

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Marigolds here too! To banish mosquitos. Hope they work.

Jettie said...

I always get tired of planting before we get all the stuff in. This year, there isn't going to be much, since we've had 6 3/4 inches of rain this week alone. I may plant some rice.

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Beautiful container gardening. It will be gorgeous when bigger and I love your variety of colors. You've been busy and it looks great.
Have a great week.
Hugs, CM