Dianthus, calendula, bells of Ireland, centaurea, nigella, snapdragons and dahlias are all in. There is so much more to go now that we are past the frost date. Zinnias, celosia, sunflower, aster, cerinthe, basil, grasses, ornamental peppers, agrostemma, hyacinth bean, tithonia, gomphrena, salpiglossis...Holy moly.
The corn and peas have sprouted now and all the other veggie transplants are really filling out and looking nice. In about a week I will be setting out the peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, summer squash, cucumber, winter squash, basil and pumpkin plants. That should keep us busy.
We have also purchased a roll of biodegradable plastic weed barrier. It is 4' by 5000' long so it should last us few seasons. This stuff will save us many hours of weeding and is well worth the investment.
This week is looking pretty rainy, further delaying planting and field work. At least it forces me to do the inside work that I tend to put off.