~Plants in the Renaissance garden continue to establish themselves and are doing well. Champion of England peas are climbing high on their new trellis. St. Valery carrots, Early Blood beets, Helios radish, beans and other seedlings emerge from the soil and each day another plant approaches bloom. I’m adding extra organic nutrients to replenish some of what has been washed through by all the rain we’ve had. Pollinators are increasing! I notice them more and more each time I work in the garden. Black swallowtail caterpillars and small blue and white butterflies give and take as they naturally do. Stop by the Renaissance garden during open hours and see what old world plants you recognize and which ones may be new to you!
Borage in Bloom
Tall Flowering Dill Bouquet