Tag Archives: snow peas
This final “Six on Saturday” for May 2021 begins with the first rose of the season! As you can see, we had a bit of welcome rain during the night washing all the dust that had settled on every surface … Continue reading
In my last post, “Resisting the Urge,” my growing impatience to get growing emerged. There were “Oregon Giant” snow peas planted on one of the potager’s trellises, but then planting was halted. The ground is so very dry, and the … Continue reading
The first seeds sown outdoors in 2019 have emerged! “Green Arrow” peas have sprouted and will soon be reaching their support fence. The edging of miniature tulips on the left is filling in nicely, too. And I can … Continue reading
The long-awaited first crocus “Cream Beauty” has finally opened! There is cause for celebration in the land! It was formally greeted and welcomed, intently inspected, and the rejoicing began! And THEN THE PLANTING commenced!!! Let’s just pause here for … Continue reading
Appeasement: bringing about a state of peace, quiet or contentment; conciliatory action that satisfies or soothes… The sun is shining. The daffodils are blooming. The first planting of snow peas is emerging. I am planting shelling peas. I am ap-PEAS-ed!
I am thrilled to announce that there are finally blooms in the garden! After weeks of cold temperatures and heavy rain, we are blessed with two days of sunshine…in a row! According to my journal, February to date was … Continue reading