Over the last several months I have written many posts about how to take care of a variety of plants. I wrote those posts because I was growing those things in my garden. Most of my plants are doing really well, of course I did have a few “failures” and “suspected failures”. First of all let’s start with my indoor plants!
My Gerbera Daisy from my Grandma is still holding up, and it has a ton of flower buds, but they just won’t blossom😕. I guess that’s why it’s the only flower plant I currently own😅.
Next, is my sensitive plant, it’s one of my favorites, you can’t eat it unfortunately but you can touch it, and as soon as you trigger their little hairs they will close up their leaves. I keep mine inside because it’s a bit cold for it outside, they like to be at about room temperature.
After the “strange” plants we have my herbs. I have stevia, cilantro, oregano, and maybe sage. I say maybe sage because this is what my sage seeds grew, and this is what the packet looks like🤔:
Here is a picture of my three herbs I planted in mason jars:
Last but not least my stevia plant. I haven’t tried drying any leaves yet because I would like it to get a little bit bigger, I don’t think I can plant it outside because it’s used to more southern temperatures, but we shall see.
Finally we get to look at my outdoor plants! My favorite so far is probably the kohlrabi. I’m super excited for it to get bigger!
Next is my one celery plant that I decided to grow, I grew it from a celery stock from the store, and it doesn’t have any strong roots, so we’ll just have to see if it’ll make it.
I also planted a whole packet of radish seeds and they just started to poke up today for their picture!
Unfortunately, my lemon balm didn’t come back this year. However, we had some at the greenhouse I work at so I figured why not buy another! I planted it in a pot this time because it grew really huge last year.
My parsnips haven’t sprouted yet, so I don’t have a picture. I figured a picture of dirt wouldn’t be very exciting.
We also have a whole crop of wood violets taking over our yard so I decided to snap a picture.
And, finally for my outdoor garden I have our raspberry canes. They aren’t only mine but, they were too big and beautiful to leave out of this post. They won’t have any raspberries until later this summer but they are for sure getting big!
We also had some tiny raspberry canes pop up on the other side of our fence. They are fast spreaders and we’ll need to keep them under control or else they’ll be all over the place!
That’s it for today’s post! I hope you enjoyed this post about my own garden. How are your gardens growing? Let me know in the comments. As always have a wonderful day!