So, I was all set to start working at digging up the sod in the vegetable garden, and it rained today. Guess I looked at the wrong forecast. Yesterday was Mother's Day and I spent most of last week working on my Mom's gift. I now have one week to get everything dug up, the bricks set up, help Dad with a fence, and get everything planted. Oh, and buy the plants that we didn't start from seed.
My Anise Hyssop decided to come up! I'm so happy -- and it smells so wonderful! I've moved on to the next step of the tomato experiment, and all seems to be going well. I took some pictures and will try to post them somewhere, soon.
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