So much repotting to do.
Until early this morning the predictions said sunny after 2 pm and the rest of the day, now it says cloudy most of the time with rain and perhaps some sunshine after 4 pm but it is rather warm in the winds that keep on getting stronger the longer the days passes by. The winds won’t be nearly as bad as they had predicted though according to the new predictions 🙂 I’ll stay at home anyway so it really doesn’t matter how wrong they all are but it would have been nice to sit on the kitchen stairs with a cup of coffee in my hand. The every now and again showers from the sky stops that though.
We were up and about early today, just after four am and I thought it would be nice to take a walk by the fields and we did that until I realised the castle has cut off the road by connecting two cow pastures again. That would have been no problems if I had walked alone I’ll just keep the cows away while I passed through that part of the pasture but with three dogs afraid of cows and electric fences that’s more or less impossible. Cows have been known to kill dogs if they have calves and dogs passes through, leashed, with their owners. So we had to walk back when we had come half the way.
I have moved out most pots with seedlings this morning and I have replanted most of the tomato plants I had indoors too. I don’t have enough with big pots though, do You remember what I did earlier this spring? I put all the grass turfs I got when I made the vegetable patch bigger in the big pots and the old wheel barrow, covered them with ground carpet so I could use that to the squash and pumpkin plants later on. There is no big pot left after that 🙂 I haven’t checked my potting shed (well it’s actually the old outdoor toilet 🙂 ) I might have one or two bigger pots there that I can use. I could of course, if I’m really lazy, just open up the soil sack and plant the tomato plants I have left straight in to them instead 🙂
I still need to replant a few passion fruit vines that I have here indoors, they’ll be placed outdoors as soon as the summer see it fit to arrive properly, the risk of night frost should be over after tonight though but according to predictions which none of us really believe there’s no risk of that tonight so I might actually do that already today. The potatoes I’ve planted are showing in the vegetable patch now and some broccoli seeds have germinated as well so it is time to sow the broad beans too now. Still no signs of either carrots or red onions though.
I better get out and check if I have any bigger pots in the old outdoor toilet and start to replant those passion fruit vines, after that we’ll take another walk I think. I have a few more photos in my National Geographic album if You would like to see them. Here’s a link: National Geographic. A new window will pop up if You click on the red text.
Have a great day!