My last grouping came out blurry, but this is the majority of them. In the few weeks since I've planted them, they have all had a little growth. I'm really hoping that we won't have another summer like last year. If we can at least have a couple of weeks of 80/90 degree weather, they might grow a little more before stalling for the summer.
I can't get more pictures to load on this one, so tomorrow it's the front porch.
This looks so pretty, Mandy!!! Thanks for your comment on cozy books! I had to do some searching to find out what the "cozy" part meant...but oh, gosh, what fun!!! Did you see that the one author, Alina Adams left me a comment??? She has multimedia ones!!! Pretty cool!!!ReplyDelete
I love your new succulent area! I keep thinking about your Mom...I want to send her a surprise...it has been so long...I hope I can think of something good. I have no time for crafting anything...so have fallen off the wagon!!! Oh well...soon I hope to surprise her!!!
Are you liking your new job? I had an interview at the county library last week...fingers crossed!!!
Thanks, Julie! I saw that and thought it was really cool! I get so excited when an author comments on a blog post or my facebook link...as if they're not just normal people like us!!Delete
I love my new job, the people are great and I enjoy the work. I hope you get the library job, that would be spectacular!! I might not get much work done though, I'd be stacking books aside that I needed to read!
I meant to ask you, would you like some leaves off the Kalanchoe 'pinata'? I thought about your grandbabies when I did my experiment and thought that might be something they'd enjoy watching. Let me know.
Mandy, how is things developing in this nice garden. I see A. 'kiwi', which is easy to multiply, I started with six and have whole patches of them now. Also love the E. nodulosa, lost mine, need to find one again. LTReplyDelete