Living in Tulsa and Southern California Makes For An Interesting Life - Especially After All Those Grey Years In Seattle
Monday, April 23, 2012
Took most of the plants from the balcony and transplanted them into my raised bed at the community center. These Nasturtiums were just so happy here, that I let them stay. Should be some flowers soon.
Here are some of plants I started from seed in their new home. I have lots of extra tomato and bean plants that I gave to the other gardeners. I kept all the okra plants for myself. John did a great job of spacing out the stuff. Those cages are for the plants to climb up. It was just a surprise to find them in yellow and red.
This is Jennifer who seems to be running the whole community center. She has the most interesting accent - a British woman who has been in Oklahoma a long, long time. And the most beautiful personality. She is hammering some giant black metal numbers on the raised beds that are not called The Pea Patch. Mine is number 17.