A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness;
it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.
Remember the pepper plants I shared about in this post a few weeks ago?
Good news! They're alive and thriving!
Yay Edmund, for not pulling the baby plants up again!
And yay, Kera, for letting me know when Edmund starts to get out of line.
Can't wait to see this for real!
Some years I get around to planting a few things, some years I don't. This year I was a little ambitious and put in tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, yellow squash, and four colors of sweet peppers: green, red, yellow and purple...all good veggies to grow in Texas.
I am most excited about the purple peppers...they'll be so fun to paint (and eat)! For now I'm making do with green ones from the grocery store. I love their roundness and their smooth, shiny skin.
No gardening on the calendar for the next few days, though. I'm spending time with the fam over the weekend so I'll have to catch up next week. I still have a bunch of annuals to put out. They were so pretty at the plant nursery I just couldn't say no. I'm a sucker for spring blooms.
Enjoy your weekend, my friends!
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