Not that kind of pot. Wash your mind out with soap, LOL!
Some of the potted plants were getting too tall for the patio shelves, and Otto and Annie annihilate any bedding plants in this bed, so I moved a bunch of pots to fill in some of the bare spots. I could have kept the basil and rosemary in their original places, but they get a bit more sunshine here than they did on the shelves. The square pot on the right is temporary. It holds a few lettuce seeds that will be transplanted into the main garden when/if they reach the right size. Nothing of color here, so I stuck in a few marigolds between the pots. I had planned on filling these beds with impatiens, but it never happened. There was just too much to do this spring, so the flower beds got ignored.
A Monster in the Garden!
I saw something strange in the veggie garden this morning. I went out to see what it was, and discovered this monster! I had just cultivated that spot yesterday morning, and it wasn't there then! I won't tell you what Mr. Granny said about it (wash his mind out with soap). He did tell me I had better not put a picture of it on my blog! I'm not into mushrooms, I've always compared the texture to that of chewing on rubber tires, but it does rather look like a morel. Whatever it is, it's going into the garbage!
Congratulations to Aaron
Connell High School
Class of 2013