Happy May Day! It’s definitely May Gray outside at the moment, but predictions for record breaking heat this weekend should keep you at the ready to water your garden as needed.
Gardening in May is a busy time. Plants are growing, there’s hope of a great harvest or beautiful flowers but there is work to be done. Here’s your guide to maintenance for the month: May in the Garden
This Pride of Madeira sits next to City Hall and Glorietta Bay on Coronado. The beautiful colors of this plant – purple, blue, white or pink – are blooming everywhere now. Spectacular!
My garden is starting to get interesting after being dormant for a last few months. A fun discovery this week was my Romanescu cauliflower starting to peek out of the big leaves of the plant. This is a little bigger than a ping pong ball. Isn’t it cute?!
This is Bart. He’s a blessing and a curse. He loves to hang out in the garden with me, but he has no qualms about crushing plants and chewing on my irrigation. Apparently cute and funny trumps mischief!!!
I was putting a coat of paint on a set of drawers I bought at a garage sale and ended up with a lot of paint left in my tray. What to do, what to do. I wandered around outside looking for something to paint and noticed a bunch of pots I had just cleaned [...]
I’ve got the springtime itch and right now the garden has a very additive quality that I’m finding hard to resist. I got a lot of seeds started this weekend in preparation for next season’s garden. I’ll start some more seeds in a couple of weeks in an effort to stagger plantings and get steady [...]