Sunshine and good weather have arrived along with two more weeks of stay at home here in NH. After 78 days, staying at home is starting to feel kind of routine. It’s not normal because nothing is normal, but it doesn’t feel quite as strange.
My #1 goal has been to get a haircut. Since I accomplished that this past weekend, the calendar is back to zero.
We’ve been outside most mornings. Beds have been weeded, chips have been shoveled, trimming has been done, flowers and veggies planted. Vegetables include lettuce, carrots, beans, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, and corn.
We’re still using our stock tanks and a couple of raised beds for veggies. I also saw this interesting blog post about using window wells for container gardening which I thought was a hoot. Again, this is why I love blogs because I learn something all the time.
The blueberries, raspberries and blackberries all have flowers. I still have a to-do-list for the week, but things are looking pretty good.
My flowers are starting to come into their own including Clematis, Allium, Jack in the Pulpit and Irises. I had way more to include, but it got ridiculous even for me.
Are you gardening this year? Veggies? Flowers? Raised beds or in the ground?
Stay well and be safe this week.
If you’re wondering if I finished this post on May 31st before the June 1st deadline for the new WordPress Editor change, you would be right. 🙂