I like to work with nature whenever I can. To pull a very obnoxious weed, as some might refer to it as, is too much work when it makes a great ground cover! Things like Clover and Creeping Charlie are welcome in My garden for the most part. I’ll pull some out for new plants. Then I’ll let it fill back in. In return they help me control other things I don’t want, like grass, or any fast growing weed that does more harm than good. Some weed are bad but I’m happy to learn the good some can do for my garden and just letting nature do her thing!
I’m also working with nature by putting seedlings outside on cloudy days instead of having to bring them in and out so much while acclimating them to being outside. This helps so much when my sun room for my seedling is upstairs.I like mother nature, and it’s alot easier to work with her then fight her. I’d love to here about other ideas, ways that others have worked with nature in the garden and I might give it a try in mine. Please leave me a comment if you have something that might peak my interest. Thanks for reading 🙂
Yay! It is officially spring! We had a thunder storm last night and everything that is budding out and peaking out of the ground is going to love all that rain. Inside I have so many seedling doing well so, I am happy about that! I am happy that I can officially say it is spring! I will be having a plant sale on Earth Day which is still a little over a month away but is at my home in Central City, IA! It will be theme towards planting for the bees! For more info on that please visit Lollys Plants -FB Page
Just a little flashback. I don’t know where all my garden pics went from last year but I do have some from fall; here are a few. I had a great year… I was pregnant for most of it! I had a beautiful baby girl in August and that makes three babies for me and my first girl! My oldest boy is about to turn five!!! I struggled with keeping my garden up but I still enjoyed it as much as I could!
I had to get started growing something and so I did 🙂 My parsley sprouts are doing great and I’m loving watching them grow!!! These little guys are taking some of the gloom out of the winter!!!
HI, and welcome! I created this site to show off my garden and update you all on my gardening adventures! I love starting plants from seeds and watching them grow. I’m pretty passionate about heirloom varieties and I strive to keeps things as organic as possible. I always go over the top when I start my seeds and never can find room for all the plant babies in my own garden. There for, this year I plan on starting as many of my seeds as possible and offering any I do not find a home for in my own garden at my locals farmers market as well as sell any extra produce my garden produces. I have a small urban lot in Central City, Iowa (pretty close to Cedar Rapids) so that’s likely to be a lot! I am so excited for spring to come! I want to have a bigger garden this year than last and I have a lot of work ahead of me! I will be trying my hand at a little garden photography too, and I will share my worthy pictures here. COME ON SPRING!