For now, most of my garden is in a bucket under a light in the house.
We started some tomatoes and I must say they are doing much better than I expected.
Ten days ago we had 90 degree weather here in Kansas and I figured, "Why not get my garden planted?" It's rather a pathetic looking plot isn't it. I'm hoping I can show off a green thumb in another month or so.
But it's only been ten days and I'm already anxious. Why isn't there anything growing?? Shouldn't SOMETHING have sprouted by now? Well, except that poor little squash plant. Really, I started it in the house and then transplanted it in the garden. But then five days after I placed it so lovingly in the soil we had 70 mph winds. Yes, 70 mph winds for a whole day. I'm amazed that little guy is still there. Although nothing was up when all that wind came by it sure didn't help the moisture content of my garden.
Please pray for my garden. Kansas gardening isn't like Indiana gardening.
I'm afraid nothing is going to grow!
On the bright side I have flowers ready to bloom!!
I didn't even know I had flowers at this house.
I think they are irises. Yay! I love irises!!
That's the state of my garden right now. I have the nagging thought that nothing's going to grow. But I think that every year so who knows?