Other things I don't know - when will the cabbage start to look like cabbage rather than just a pretty plant (don't worry - I am taking weekly photos to track the eventual metamorphosis - see below)? What do we need to do to our apple trees to make sure they grow apples? Was it a mistake to cut all the tulip plants down even if they were becoming an eyesore? (okay, Google has helped me answer that one, and apparently the answer is yes, it was a mistake, you should leave them there until they are brown and dead. Whoops.) Is the success we've had thus far with the 7-foot high deer netting going to continue even once more tasty plants have grown, or will this sense of peace and security be fleeting?
So here, dear readers, I will attempt to answer these questions, and more! And maybe you will answer some for me. I now have a venue for my borderline obsessive-compulsive hobby. It's going to RAIN photos of plants (and hopefully, I will get better at taking and editing these photos). Just wait.
|This is a sad little collage but you get the point.|