I wasn’t planning on doing much gardening, but after work, I can’t help but check up on my plants.
Some of the Coleus cuttings that I took on the 18th (11 days ago) are starting to root. I like to plant the cuttings in potting soil right when the root start forming, before they get a quarter of an inch. They just seem to be stronger this way as opposed to when the roots get too long.
I potted 4 Tilt-a-Whirl. Tomorrow, the Kong Scarlet and Alabama Sunset should be ready to pot.
My second batch of Sparkler Radish, like the first, are just not forming bulbous roots, so I pulled all of them out and placed them in the compost bin. I was able to harvest about 6 roots, which I pickled and had for dinner. In it’s place, I sowed some Hybrid Summer Boy Chin-Chiang Cabbage.
I aerated my trash can compost bin (see my icon) by dumping the contents out, mixing it and placing it back in.
I wheeled the Potting Soil, Steer Manure and Soil Conditioner that we bought on Tuesday to the back.
The first Hollyhock just bloomed, it’s a double white. Gladiolas are in full bloom and so are the Cactus Dahlias.
The first Cucumber and Sweet 100 Tomatoes should be ready to harvest soon.
I also took loads of photos, but I’m too tired to edit them and post. Maybe tomorrow :)