More Planting to do. Went to the local Nursey again today.
Well, I went and bought plants last week Tuesday and this week I went today, Thursday. Today I only went to one nursery but I was able to get everything I set out for so didn't have to go elsewhere.
Meantime, those plants I bought last week and already planted are growing like crazy already. Here are some of the pots on the patio and by the side of the house were I planted Marigolds and mostly impatients.
Here is the pansey bowl planter I made last week.
Today I got a new garden hat and gloves. Plus a Patio Garden Growbag. Also got some floating water hyacinth for the pond but no picture.
Ten bags of compost that are not yet even unloaded from the car!
Here is the catus flowering dahlia I bought. I love dahlias but I simply can NOT grow them from the tubers. All goes well if I cheat and buy one potted though.
Small multi cellpacks of snowpeas, cucumbers and two of Victoria Blue Salvia.
a flat of zinnias
a flat of snapdragons
Plus 12 more tomato plants. I had enough at the 37 I had planted here. But I got it in my head that I wanted BIG BOY tomatoes and hadn't bought any. Then I have no more tomato cages so was researching a staking method called Florida Weave which uses stakes every few plants and uses twine to hold them upright (called a weave). So I really want to do that. Planned on buying a six pack of BIG BOY tomatoes and doing a row of six in the Florida weave style. Well, I did buy the six pack of BIG BOYS but I have no will power. I swear I would buy every type of tomato plant in the nursery if I had room. So I saw these lovely single plants of SUN GOLD and CHEROKEE PURPLE, bought those. So my row of six idea was changed to two rows of 4 idea instead! Then bought a Siberian tomato I will plant between two others already planted here by the house. And I found this patio garden growbag that is 39 inches long so I will put the last three (two FOURTH OF JULY and one SUGERY ) in there.
I had to buy the bagged compost as I will be using to set up the new tomato garden area.