Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
All 25 colonies of honey bees perished.
Michael Moreken wrote:Was growing tomatoes in buckets upside down. One fell when the plastic handle broke in a thunder storm. So pinch of the flowers, the tomato stem was broke, so planted the tomato sideways into a bed and watered it in. After pinching off most of leaf stalks too.
John Weiland wrote:"What died in your new gardens?"
Just my hopes, dreams, and wide-eyed inspiration for a verdant and flourishing summer.....
But mostly the kale seedlings,....which popped up with such anticipation for sun and showers, ----not flea beetles!
Can't wait to see what kind of performance the potato beetles have in store. Maybe they will evolve parthenogenesis in my garden this year.....dispensing with egg laying altogether like aphids.
Wouldn't THAT be a hoot! :-/ Maybe they taste like parching corn if heated sufficiently in oil and delicately sprinkled with seasoning salt..... Every year has its curve balls.
Tyler Ludens wrote:I suspect all my new Hardy Yams, Groundnuts, and Crosnes have gone to meet their maker.
Jessa Hunt wrote:the Shiso I planted next to it is ALMOST dead by my own hand .