Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Purchase orders, hosta, and annuals

It's 46 degrees and dark. The weather.com icon tells me it's cloudy. I will take their word for it.

No gardening for me today. I'll be heading to work in a couple of hours. Today I will be filling out more purchase orders, rearranging fruit trees that arrived last night, roses that arrived yesterday afternoon, hanging ferns when they are delivered, and trying to find someone that will sell us some hosta. In between all this I will be helping customers, answering questions (the summer annuals will arrive on Friday, okay? We're getting them as soon as they are available!), and loading purchases into vehicles. People really do love their pine straw.

It should be a nice day in the upper 50s. Rain may move in this evening, or it may wait until Wednesday. Tomorrow morning I will direct sow some annuals that reseed in my zone. Forget-me-nots, alyssum, and cosmos are ready to be tossed out in the garden.


Heather said...

Sounds like you have a full day planned. At least with the customers interrupting what you need to get done, the day will fly by and you will be back in your garden before you know it!

Dirt Princess said...

Tom....be grateful (not that you aren't) that you get to go to work and do something you love. They are quite lucky to have you also, you are very knowledgable. Have great day