We made a big push last week to prep our beds as much as we could before the big "rainageddon" was predicted to strike the north coast. We tilled, hilled, amended, broad forked, laid irrigation, and covered as much as we could. Then we held our breath in hopes that it wouldn't all wash away...and very little rain fell at all. Sooo, this week, we planted!
Several varieties from our first sowing of the year are all tucked into our well prepped beds and its a satisfying sight. Probably the earliest we've ever gotten so many seedlings out. Hoping for calmer weather from here on out.
Today's transplants included:
Bells of Ireland, Dill, Larkspur, White Bishops Lace, Phlox, Stock, Statice, Scabiosa, Zinnias, Cosmos, Snapdragons, Strawflower, and several grasses!