A Good Place to Land
Posted: April 20, 2020 Filed under: Gardening | Tags: Automatic Gardening, Four O'Clocks, Gardening, Gulf Coast gardening, Hardy Gloxinia, Jewel of Opar, Moses-in -the- Bullrushes, Salvia, Southern Gardening, subtropical climate, Subtropical Gardening, Wild Trailing Bean, Year-round gardening
I’ve had a pot with a Four O’Clock sitting next to a bed from last Fall until now. Quite a variety of seeds found the pot to be a good place to land and germinate.
The pot contains the Four O’CLock, a couple of weeds and five kinds of plants that can be transplanted. There is a Salvia, two Jewel of Opar, Hardy Gloxinia, Moses and Wild Trailing Bean. Could gardening be any easier?