Gardening.

Herb garden
From the left: parsley, mint, lavender, rosemary.

When I lived in San Diego I had an epic garden. I started out with the small stuff, just some herbs and a tomato plant. By the time I was through I had several tomatoes, eggplant, bell peppers, butternut squash, cayenne pepper, beans, strawberries, and a bay tree, and then an indoor herb garden of mint, green onion, rosemary, thyme, chives, basil, and chamomile.

Needless to say, now that I’ve finally moved somewhere I’m going to stay for more than six months, I’ve been pining to start a garden of sorts again.

I know absolutely nothing about gardening in New England. Actually, I know absolutely nothing about gardening outside of California, so this will be interesting.

In any case, it’s been four days and so far everyone’s still alive.

2 thoughts on “Gardening.”

  1. Actually….ping….most folks do not try to garden in theNortheast in tbe winter months. oN account of the ground is gonna freeze so hard that they can’t evenbury people who die until spring thaws…….you might want to visit a nursery and see what bedding plants they have in stock and ask the nurseryman your questions…….your little pots look so hopeful and thrify in your window. Quite soon now you will b wearing your woolies and your lovely gold hat…you can seriously freeze your ears if you exposer yourself foo much to the cold air….have you knitted any mittens yet??

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