I told you that during a severe thunderstorm last week, one of our dining area windows we didn’t latch blew open, carrying half of my plants and other goodies off the window sill and onto the floor, all in a heap.
I have re-potted what I could and planted more.
Two celery plants: the one on the left was undisturbed. I re-potted the one on the right with fingers crossed.
Three more celery plants.
The large leafed plant is a spaghetti squash that was dashed to the floor. I think it MIGHT live! The other plants here are celery plants.
This is a long-lived plant that I started years ago. Happily, it was just to the left of the window that blew open.
One of my dear friends gave me this orchid a couple of years ago. It was looking sad, and suddenly it had these two blooms!
A newly started group of spaghetti squash. No action yet.
A newly planted bunch of spinach seeds. No action yet here, either.
I’m hoping I can transfer some of these plants to the garden mid month. I’ve never had celery grow before, so I’m excited to see if I can actually do it. The spaghetti squash is an entirely new try, too. I saved the seeds from the squash I bought from the store.
I haven’t found ANY spinach plants locally, so I’m especially eager for the new seeds to do well. I was really sad when the ones I had growing were thrown onto the floor. They were about 2 inches high. Fingers crossed!