Spring has really taken over for the balcony plants. Every plant is growing, and most have nearly doubled in fluffy foliage. I can't help but feel delighted every time I step outside.
Spring is finally showing itself in the form of many happy plants! The olives are starting to bud up, the Ginkgo has finally awoken from winter, and the cress won't stop flowering!
The garden is hopping right along as Spring gets underway here! All the plants are racing upward toward the sun, and even the Ginkgo has decided it's time to wake up.
Spring has finally sprung in the garden, and everything is getting growing. Most of the seedlings have been transplanted to their long-term homes (at least until they end up in the kitchen...). Check out the post to see how all the plants are getting along!
This week has been a lovely week for the plants. They're all showing some signs of new life (except the Ginkgo, which has started to worry me). The plants that have already sprouted are chugging along, growing to greater and greater size. There aren't many new leaves on any of the plants, but the existing ones are getting larger by the day. I'm looking forward to many tasty plants on the balcony!
Spring is starting to roll into town (on the back of a sudden rainstorm). Many of the plants are ready for transplant, and some others are holding on to their winter woes. Looking forward to another week of happy plants!
Back again for another Six on Saturday! This week the garden (halfway) wakes up for Spring - Tomatoes and The Lonely Sunflower decide it's time, while the Ginkgo argues otherwise.
Back with another Six on Saturday post! In for this week, we've got plants getting ready for Spring - Polka Dots flowering, Sunflower seedlings, Grape cuttings, and Garden Plans.
My first Six on Saturday post! Featuring philodendrons, Billy Balls, Daffodils, and the inevitable LA smog.