Turns out I am like amazing at growing weeds. They are really thriving in my garden. I think I have one billion out there, no joke. I honestly get a thrill off of pulling them out, it is SO rewarding, too bad I don’t have more time to make that happen, fill my weeding urge. [...]
So, we live in a little 70′s gem that we adoringly call the cedar palace. It’s in a darling little quiet neighborhood and we LOVE it. We bought our house knowing it would be a work-en-process. We pulled wallpaper and shag carpet out of the kitchen the day after we moved in. (yes, you read correctly, [...]
So, i’ve been blogging MIA. We had a reallllly busy couple weeks in May, I mean, something every night of the week+weekends+dayjobs+planting+weeding+churchcallings+planning-a-camping-trip+etc. B told me he needed some downtime and not to schedule anything else in June. I agreed. We had fun but life was really busy, and I didn’t take any pictures really. But i’ll update ya’ll [...]
Today was a good day. I woke up early this morning and planted my tomatoes and peppers before work. It was rainy and stormy this weekend and I didn’t the little guys to get blown, squashed and die so I waited. So, now they are in their new home in the garden. Where they belong. I’m just Glad they [...]
We’ve been working on our garden expansion. See here. We finally finished the paths and beds, which was a huge project. I enjoyed the squats and lifting around our sandstone pavers to make the paths. We also added a compost/dirt blend which seemed to be a good choice. Getting things ready for the plants to [...]
I planted seeds outside in early March. My full garden wasn’t ready and was covered in snow, but my side bed was open, so we thought we’d try to grow some early plants there. I was unsure if they would live, Utah get’s lots of snow in march and april. Well, it’s been nearly [...]
My brother and his family bought this sweet little yellow house. Their yard is amazing, full of dwarf fruit trees, herbs, and berries. Last time we were at their place, we dug up some of the raspberry shoots and transplanted them into our yard. We wrapped them in newspaper and a plastic bag to keep the roots moist before [...]
You probably remember this post where I started some seeds indoors. Now, these little plants are big and I had to move them downstairs with their own window. We ran out of room in my kitchen. They seem to be doing well down there, the tomato leaves are turning a bit yellow, but I’ve read that if it’s the original [...]
‘Till spring. And i’m not even mad about it. Just make sure to keep’em cold.
Seeds germinating. (them’s some brussel sprouts, beets, tomatoes, and cabbage are the first to greet me!) Garden a work in progress. We are working outside in 60+ degree weather! YAY! Flowers blooming. Life is good on bonita!