Container garden: July update

Happy to report that everything is going pretty well! Something is getting at the strawberries – even with the net I put over them – but the herbs are doing splendidly and there is even a new rose on the rose bush (originally a Valentine’s Day present from the Whole Foods flower section).

These things. Their name refuses to stick in my head but they are very pretty.

These things. Their name refuses to stick in my head but they are very pretty.

The parsley is most enthusiastic, but sage and basil aren't far behind.

The parsley (middle) is most enthusiastic, but sage (right) and basil (left) aren’t far behind.

Top: flowers and herbs. Bottom: strawberries, peppers, and tomatoes.

Top: flowers and herbs. Bottom: strawberries, peppers, and tomatoes.

The squash, now with two blossoms.

The squash, now with two blossoms.

Rose red.

Rose red.

Here’s what everything looked like in mid-May, for comparison.

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  1. Pingback: Garden updates: too-tall tomatoes, failed squash, thriving herbs and roses | IcyDaylight

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