Progress in The Garden Journal

Dear Liza,

I haven’t done much work in the garden, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking about it! My garden journal gives me a place to put my dreams and imaginings down in a art-y, fun, not-having-to-think-too-much-about- it sort of way.

So when the rain comes down and the garden plot is all mud, I dream and draw, get out the collage glue and the watercolors, and have fun making up what I WANT to be doing.

Hopefully, by the time I run out of ideas to paint, spring will have sprung enough to where I can put seeds in the ground.

I am anxious for spring to come and to be able to watch my seeds grow.

Love,

Grandma Judy

Author: Judy

I am a new transplant to Portland from Salinas, a small city in Central California. This is a blog about my new city.

2 thoughts on “Progress in The Garden Journal”

  1. Nice! Nice drawings too!… By the way… if you decide to plant in patches… be sure you leave room for walking between patches to get in there to weed… that was my dilemma one year… so now i don’t weed. LOL

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    1. I am trying! I have planted in bunches, radishes first, then lettuces. Tried to leave epough space between them… sigh. We’ll see, once they start showing their little green heads!

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