Two checks off the to-do list.

I transplanted my pansies! Easy three-step process seen below.


Just in case you can’t tell, coffee, sunshine, and planting is absolutely heaven on earth. Go outside. Ann Marie is very thankful it is nice out now.


Half fill all the containers with soil. Separate and plunk in your individual sprouts. I never like taking apart the pods to get the seedlings apart but you have to if you want more, healthier plants. Just do it.


Top up the soil around, don’t hurt, and don’t bury the seedling.

So that was one item checked off the ol’ to-do list. The next item is the umbrella tree. As I was plucking the heads off of dandelions this morning I leaned on the tree and it wobbled. It was easily pushed around so I pushed it around and over. It snapped off with minimal effort. It must have been really rotted.


Okay so I fell over… but I sat up before my wife could take a picture of me on my back!


Pulling out the umbrella tree didn’t even leave too much of a hole! I can fill that in and seed it no problem.



☑ Keep on top of dandelions
☑ Water all the plants
☐ Whippersnip

Plants that need bird netting.
☐ raspberries
☐ strawberries
☐ weird-berries

Plants that need trellis.
☐ cucumbers
☐ beans and peas

Planting Outside.
☐ tomatoes
☐ Blue Nolana

Transplanting Inside.
☑ Pansies
Mimosa Pudica.

☐ Peas and beans
☐ Front garden plants



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