Sprucing Up

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I waited as long as I could, but bit the bullet yesterday.

I had stopped with Jim when we were getting groceries a few weeks ago, and bought some plants for the house. Of course, having bought them, the temperatures at night were kind of chilly, so they were in on my coffee table getting sun during the day.

The weather seems to have broken a bit, so, with Jim’s help, a new fuchsia geranium, an African daisy, and four tomato plants were potted and put in one part of the back deck. I am a bit nervous, as I bought my first heirloom tomato for the deck. I bought a Black Prince tomato, so we’ll see how it will take for the deck. The rest of the back deck has a mum that I brought in for the winter that fared well, and three Gerber daisies, all hot pink.

front porch

The front of the house I decided to do yellow. I had a second yellow mum that I brought in for the winter, so it came out for the front, along with the yellow Gerber daisy that I purchased. The pop of pink on my porch will be from my geranium.

Normally I’d have a few more plants, but it’s the first of the Quarantine era. I had my mask on when shopping and grabbed what I felt looked good. There might be a few holes where I normally would have plants, but it’s more important to stay healthy.

I’m happy and grateful to be able to sit out and enjoy the flowers. Life is just too damn short.

2 thoughts on “Sprucing Up

  1. Love it! I know, front flower bed weeded, still have back yard to weed, i normally don’t plant til after mother’s day, a stella thing 💕but hopefully will get some color too and mulch … the little things that will make us happy… stay safe❤️😘

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