Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Putting the gardens to bed.

We haven't gotten our first frost this year, but things are pretty much asleep, outside. Leaves are coming off the trees, a few tomatoes are lingering on, and my bulbs haven't completely gone dormant, so I'm just itching to do a major cleaning. I haven't had a lot of time or energy to do the regular maintenance stuff this year, so I really need to get on top of that.

It looks like my glads are finally starting to shrivel up. I need to lift them, divide them, and figure out what to do with the corms this year. They've started to overpopulate the area that they are in and struggled a bit this year before it started raining like crazy. I may list some of the corms in my shop, but I'm not sure yet. Gotta see if anyone wants them, before I do that!

Nothing terribly new and exciting, though. I think this is going to be a nice day in front of the fire with my knitting and books.


BiscottiQueen said...

Sorry it sounds like everything has been insane! I hope you get a fresh fall start doing what needs done in your garden.

I need to rip out some Cannas. If you are interested in putting some in, I'll let you know when they die back and I can send you some. They are deep red and I have WAY too many. I moved some to the pond, but I'm waiting for the rest to shrivel up and die back so I can dig them out.

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Maya Lee said...

I hope your gardening condition is much better now. All the best.

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