my poor little garden. with all the excitement of the kitchen spruce-up, the roof going on, and the bowling alley lanes arriving, I completely forgot about all my sweet little seedlings in my fall/winter garden.
the red chard was planted earlier this fall, and it is thriving despite my cold shoulder. so are the artichokes and fennel.
we've had weird fall weather (it rained in october!), and the nasturtium seeds sprouted. they are tiny and green and popping up all over the yard. they've never come up this early so i'm not sure what to expect as winter moves in. they seem so hopeful.
the trailing rosemary and basil plants are still in bloom, and the neighborhood bees just love the flowers. my iPhone camera doesn't do them justice but i'll share anyway.
after the roof is on and the countertops are installed, i'm hoping to get a few new raised beds in. we want to plant our blueberry bushes in them. i'd love to get the beds done and the blueberries planted by January. it helps me to have a goal!