One Sunny Day. . .
I picked the last few standing tulips for the table inside, before they wilted and died.
When I returned home, I gathered up some supplies and got to work replanting some things we've had inside for a while now.
A week or so ago, I finished a bunch of celery, cut off the bottom and put it in a dish of water to see what might happen. You can see the results on the left, about two inches of growth in a week! So I planted it in soil. Let's see what happens now.
I also replanted this little guy, who'd been cooped up in a too small pot for far too long. Freedom!!
And the last one was the hydrangea J gave us when we first moved in. I'd read that they can be quite sensitive to frost when they are very young so I kept it inside until now. I hope the worst weather is over now because I think the plant could thrive in our bright little yard in this nice big planter.
Ahhh, such a great day!
Great suggestion. The work was pretty darn easy. This way is certainly the way to go, but next time, I will prepare a pattern, and not just fly by the seat of my pants, haha.