Monday, October 3, 2011

Fall weather

Even though we still need rain, the last few days have been glorious.  Highs in the low 70°F, and low in the 50°s.  The sky is clear blue, due to low humidity, and the stars are out at night.

There's no rain in the forecast, and some long-term projections have dry weather predicted through winter.  Yuck.  Gardeners (and plants) want more rain.

I just received packets of multiplier onions and perennial shallots from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange.  That's to add to my perennial leeks, and the garlic to come. 

It's a good thing that the resident woodchuck doesn't like alliums.  I'm totally frustrated trying to snag him/her, before the rest of my mustards are gone.  Maybe it's squirrels?

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