We had some wind damage to a couple of row covers and we replaced them today.
But first, a sneak peek of how the seedlings are doing:
Central Red Asian greens
Baby Pac Choi
All the babies look happy and healthy!
Was just going through some of the photos taken in 2015 and came across this one that I never posted.
Had to share it. Although considered a weed (and even invasive), this plant has a certain beauty about it.
Teasel. Dipsacus. Dried flower heads were once used as a natural comb in the textile industry. Serves as a source of winter feed for finches.
Aggressive looking with its thorns, yet lovely with its flower.
We spotted a member of the next generation of Monarch butterflies on one of our walks around the garden.
Take a peek:
What a cool looking beastie. I need to plant more milkweed…