All I wanna do is put down grass seed, prune scramble messy trees with my uncle's tool , not read about soil science, not get bit by mosquitos, not have such distraction issues... but I guess if I didn't get easily distracted I wouldn't be sitting here writing this right now.
The fact that the weekly is taking forever to load right now might be working in my favor. I have so much to say, and if I don't post more frequently, entries will be all over the place.
If you're not killing plants, you're not really stretching yourself as a gardner." J.C. Rauston
I keep thinking about the quote from the end of class last week. I love it and it helped me be shake a bit of my unnecessary precision while putting plants in the ground ( especially in combination with our discussion in soil science to amend or not to amend). One of the gardens I've been working on has issues with something munching the plants. The homeowner worries about the deer. When I pulled up a few days ago to water / check in on the plants, I saw a film of something on top of the plants. Only the new plants. Closer look gave me a great laugh. I've gotta get outside - but check out this deer scram application.