Herself's Houston Garden

Conservation through cultivation

and more sunshine!

That’s two days in a row we’ve had sun and some what mild temperatures.

I was able to get out into the back yard gardens and do a few things. I planted two of the Cymbidiums that had been out there on the porch waiting to be stuck in the ground and planted an Elephant Ear bulb I picked up when I went to buy a new shovel and clippers.

Some of the herb seeds I planted last fall are coming up. The Snake Plants look most unhappy. They don’t like to be wet and it’s been nothing but wet for a couple of weeks now. I hope I don’t lose them.

I made a quick pass on weeding the beds, they don’t look as bad as I had thought they would.

I’m hoping the weather holds out another day and I can make a quick pass on the beds out front tomorrow.

See also:
Snake Plant
Cymbidium orchids