Spy Garden 4.10.17: in an effort to not be a perfectionist I have not cropped out the neighbor’s trashcans or the powerlines (which I normally do: is that crazy?! hahaah)
And is it really perfectionism or just creating a harmonious composition?!
Lots of edible wild things; dandelions and their greens, henbit, violets, dock (made into a delicious salad)
Keeping the asparagus patch well-picked
Love how these tulips look even when withering away
Loads of garlic; in this shot you can see an older (probably 3 year old) garlic plant in the foreground and then one and two year old plants in the background
Young spring garlic (used the same as regular garlic, just not in clove form yet!)
It is very early for tomatoes to go in the ground so I left some inside under the grow lights but since it has been so warm and I had so many seedlings I went ahead and risked it; so we’ll see! Our average last frost date is April 21st but it has been a very mild winter.
New sights on the same old trails
May Apple I
May Apple II
Garden ready for planting
“Are those even real?”
Chattering male Cardinal saying “GO CARDS!”
Opening week at Busch Stadium!
I hadn’t been to a game in a few years and it was so cool to see this; I once worked at Perficient! (a local IT company)
One of his friends got to throw out the first pitch!
Ballpark village (seen from inside the stadium)
Another view of the Perficient Perch
More Cardinal red!
Lots of blue down there (Cubs fans)
We sat with his baseball team and who knew 11 year olds were so skilled in trash-talking! Ha!
Tigers opening week!
Playing third base
Happy Spring; hope your week is off to a good start!