Sunday, June 12, 2011

Plants now

I've bought a couple of plants a while ago.
Some spanish yellow heads and some lavender, but the soil was too dry to plant them.

The lavender was meant to be planted in the hedge in the front garden, where a few holes are the silent withnesses of last winter's cold killing.

Right now they're still standing beside the chairs in the back garden, waiting for special treatment in real gardensoil.

I hate it when I buy plants and I can't give them what they're supposed to have: their own special place in the garden.
The yellow heads are now seedheads, and hopefully I can use the seedfs to have nice plants next year.

But if this climate change will be more severe than it is now, I'd better start buying tropical plants.


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