Sunday, June 22, 2008

Tomorrow they arrive!

My chrysanthemum seedlings are supposed to arrive tomorrow from King's Mums and I am ready for them. -Well, almost ready. A friend suggested that I plant them in peat pots and I haven't gotten to the nursery yet. Therefore, if tomorrow is the delivery date they will be planted in small red pots.

13 comments:

mark said...

...and the day is here...it is pleasant to contemplate this arrival

lotusgreen said...

how exciting!

Livia Salome Gnos said...

Dear Princess
I am touched by your two last post... and am so much looking forward to your Chrysanthemum garden...
Thinking of you and your seedlings...

Stephen said...

Dear Princess, In gardens poet find peace between the words.
Worlds away fade in flowers faces.
As ever be well.

Bellezza said...

I wish I could experience your gardening personally. You have such a way with words and living things.

the blue bicycle said...

ahhhh.....a birthing day !!!!!

if the red pots happen to be clay, be diligent about keeping the soil moist ... as you know the clay absorbs moisture ....

sending blessings to you and your new seedlings .... life from loss - and so our cycle continues, yes ?? what a beautiful way to remember a beloved dearest princess.

fondly,
l.b.
(former landscape gardener)

brow of calm said...

Such enthusiasm is worth a comment!
I am looking forward to following the progress of your chrysanthemum garden.

Greetings!

d. chedwick said...

I wondered where you were!

Princess Haiku said...

Oh well, I got the date wrong and the chrysanthemums are coming next week.

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Bob Dylan said...

thinking of you

goatman said...

So how are they doing?
I hadn't considered getting mums from seedlings (I usually get them in the fall when its about all that has flowers) but it sounds like a workable idea.

Hope you are well.

Stephen said...

My Dear Friend, Thank you for the visit and comment. Glad the plants are doing well. Hope to talk soon, As ever be well. Stephen