It’s a good day to think about gardens.
We just received a free load of fertilizer.
It’s a special kind – called poor man’s fertilizer.
(You’ll have to go to the link to figure it out – it’s that which cannot be named in spring …)
When Roger and I think of gardens, we don’t think the same way.
When we go to the seed store, we head to different aisles.
He browses here, in what I think of as the prose section.
I linger here – in the poetry section.
I’m adding a cut-flower section to our vegetable garden this season.
Bachelors Buttons, Queen of Africa Lace, Coneflower, Zinnias, Goldsturm Rudbeckia, Cosmos and Larkspur. (suggested by Vesey’s)
I’m invading his space ~ flowers in the vegetable garden.
A blend of prose and poetry.
Do you grow cut flowers? What are your favourites?
Oh, and by the way,
do you want some free fertilizer?
I have a load or two that I could spare …