The weather has been cloudy everyday with rain in the forecast. It's too cold and dreary to go outside and work on my garden. I've been longing to transplant the flowers I bought at the Boise garden show. I'll have to write about that eventually. I'm excited about my new clematis hoping I'll be successful with it this time. I also came home with perennial native plants and flowers that went on sale at the end of the event. There were many things I wanted but I convinced myself to stick with the budget. Going to the show was my first time and it sure inspired the gardener in me.
The tomatoes are looking healthy. They'll get bigger in these containers and pretty soon we'll have juicy and delicious tomatoes –– I can't wait.
We found a larger home and we're moving at the end of May. The backyard is not huge (less grass and maintenance) but it's perfect and I already have a rough draft plan for my raised beds. The funny thing is, the house is only down the street and our current landlords owns it too. They're wonderful and we're glad we get to rent from them.
The lady that lives in the house we're moving to likes ours and she'll be living alone when her grandson moves out. She's downsizing and will be moving to our place so we're swapping houses. We're staying there to rent for a while as we save to buy a house.
We'll be crazy busy moving and moving my garden. I did this before so here we go again. I'll keep you posted!