Monday, May 18, 2009

Gardening Without a Green Thumb

If you follow my blog then you know I'm a lover of sedums and succulents. Now that some warm weather has finally arrived I'm on a little gardening kick. I replanted my strawberry pot with these wonderful sedums and succulents. I'm really proud of this little pot and smile every time I see it. I guess I finally understand the the sense of accomplishment that gardeners get from seeing the fruits of their labor.

I also thought I would give an herb garden a shot after seeing my friend Tara's garden. I'm starting small though and with some basic herbs. So far so good. My basil could be healthier but everything else is looking great. If this goes well it may just be the beginning of a new hobby.

1 comment:

Debbie said...

Coll, I just planted an organic vegetable and herb garden over Mother's Day weekend. I don't have a green thumb either but am giving it a shot this year. Can't wait to try my lemon-verbena with chicken & dry it for bath teas! Great minds think alike...