>The good, the bad, and the ugly in the garden this week

>The bad: darn these baby maple seeds! The helicopters landed, I picked up as many as I could, and now I’m pulling the sprouts of those I missed. If I ever let natural succession take its course, I’ll have a lot of silver maples.

The ugly: Poor Chuck! The bunnies ate his new shrub. The rain and the construction kept him from putting up the fence, and the neighborhood fuzz-balls thought they’d enjoy a salad.

The good? My tomatoes are supported! I couldn’t decide which type of support to buy, so I bought all three. This will be the experimental year. I’ll see what works best and invest in that kind of support next summer.

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2 thoughts on “>The good, the bad, and the ugly in the garden this week

  1. >Seems that good support is important in both breasts AND tomatoes! I'll stay tuned to see which one works best!
    Bummer about Chuck's shrub. This RAIN! OH MY! I planted several new shrubs and I'm nervous about them.

  2. >You have got a nice garden out there. I think a connection with plants means a connection with the nature itself.

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