Thursday, August 26, 2010

I sowed seeds.

Spinach, Swiss Chard, Copenhagen Early Market Cabbage, Orient Express Cabbage, Dill, Collards, Broccoli, Dixie Hybrid Early Squash, Blue Lake Bush and Pole Beans. I also spread 10-10-10 and pelleted lime.



The humidity has returned with a vengeance. It's 81 degrees, feels like 88. Afternoon storms are a possibility. Something new to surprise me is becoming more common. A yellow hardy hibiscus (or so I'm told).

5 comments:

Darla said...

I need to sow some seeds myself. Your yellow hibiscus looks like Albelmoschus manihot, ornamental okra that I grow. Yes it should be hardy and self seed. The seed pods are very prickly.

Engineeredgarden said...

I'm glad you changed up your template a bit, because something on the old one couldn't get past the firewall at my workplace.
I need to sow some things too, and will try to do just that in a day or two.

Dave@TheHomeGarden said...

It's definitely time to get a few seeds out in the garden. Temperatures here were kind of nice today - a big change since last week!

compost in my shoe said...

We just started putting out some veggie seed for the fall garden. It is hard to believe fall is right around the corner (well, we think so anyway!)

Bangchik said...

Now I am coming to terms with sowing seeds. Slow seeds like parsley cant join spinach and all the fast ones. Sowing parsley on its own, makes the long wait worth waiting.... good luck to your seeds... ~bangchik