While the bamboo editing is taking up my time, (A bamboo and a petasites walk into a bar... Invasion of the garden snatchers?)
the stashes of potted plants waiting to be planted are expanding.
Down by the greenhouse, there's a long elevated bench that I threw together to be the plant holding area (not pictured) that is mostly out of sight and would keep the rest of the garden looking less like a nursery. That's been full of plants for a couple of years. To be fair, that's also where I put divisions of things and plants that need to be given away and small plants not yet big enough to go into the open garden. Anyway, it's full so the pot sprawl continues.
They do all get watered and cared for but if you want to sit down in my garden right now, you'll need to be prepared to clear away some plants.
Try not to judge me too harshly. While spreading our local recycled bio solid fertilizer (fancy words for composted poop) in one of the parking strips on Saturday, 6 pots got planted.
Bought at the Rhododendron Species Garden Sale last spring and planted in a larger pot, this cool Schefflera minutistellata has put on a lot of growth. Time to go in the ground or be potted up again.
Then there's this flat of double primroses that I got mostly because the sale price at Means nursery was so ridiculously low. They're easy to plug in here and there.
There's also a greenhouse full of plants that want to come outside for the summer. Oh well, only seven more weeks until summer break but who/s counting? Let's see, If I plant two things every weekday after work that would be 70 plants and there probably aren't that many needing planting so maybe this could be accomplished by then. You may stop laughing now...it could happen.