Like a baseball team, we make adjustments to our lineup and batting order in our garden. Luckily, this year seems like it will just take a little shuffling around with our players and not a fire sale like last year's growing season.
This weekend is one of those weekends where the chores are gloriously few. Yeah, I had to mow the lawn but this sun-scorched patch of drought plagued grass does not have much left to cut.
It only took five minutes.
Time freed up, I decided to try a couple of things I've been wanting to experiment with.
First, I got a little volunteer zucchini plant that must have sprouted from one of last year's seeds. This gives me an opportunity to move it across the path to the sunny side to see if I get more production on that side rather than the shady spot it's in now.
There it is, put in the ground. It'll now sink or swim in between our tomatoes.
Second, I have an old piece of an onion that I've been holding in the fridge for an appropriate time like today.
It's starting to sprout, so I'm putting it in the whiskey barrel to see if I can turn it into a crop.
Both plants drenched in B1 and water, it's time to let them go and see what happens.
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