Yesterday I weeded the strawberry bed and hubby dug up the weeds on the outside edge of the strawberry bed.
It looks so, so, so much nicer now. Just need to snag a few more strawberry plants to fill in the empty spots, fertilize, and mulch. I found a bag of chopped straw at a farm and feed store, score! Cost a smidge more than a bale of straw and mowing it with the lawnmower, but for this gal that has heinous allergies, the few extra bucks are well worth it.
I also pulled a few of the mullein plants and plopped those suckers into pots. They should do okay. Will need to read up on when I need to harvest leaves or seeds or whatever though, and stick that in my calendar.
Day before that, I went nuts in the greenhouse. First, you can see my tiny little tomato seedlings back there. The Alaska Fancy ones tend to catch up before too long, even though I started seeds a little later.
Basil and celery are under the dome. The pot full of green is little lettuce seedlings I yoinked while weeding the greenhouse. Last year I let a bunch of lettuce/spinach go to seed, but never got around to collecting the seed. So, ahem, the greenhouse floor did it for me. I love going at things the lazy way sometimes. I’m constantly surprised by something fun, even if my yard isn’t pretty and perfect.