Unraveled Wednesday- a garden edition

We had some very warm weather in June. Would have been a great time to garden. But there was all that pesky, end of the school year stuff. And then the quilt retreat. Sigh . . .

But I am not giving up. This week I have been unraveling the mess that has taken over my garden beds. It is amazing how a bit of weeding and turning the soil can make such a difference. Just need a bit more dirt and I will be ready to plant. We also bought stakes and deer netting to put around the beds so anything that grows will be for us to eat, instead of the bunnies.

I am nearing the final edge on my Simmer Dim shawl and finished reading Perennials. I very much enjoyed this book. I started reading Fish in a Tree for another book bingo card and I am finally listening to Missing, Presumed.

Be sure to visit Kat for more unraveled stories.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

6 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday- a garden edition

  1. Unraveling garden beds can be so much fun! Good luck! And, I hope you are not having the crazy pants heat we are!

  2. I need to do some weeding – the “weeds,” aka as indigenous plants have taken over the mulched areas…but it’s way too hot…way too hot. 107 degrees heat index today 4 July!

  3. Playing in the dirt can be good for your soul, too. I’m looking forward to reading Perennials.

  4. You’re so right — it’s amazing how BIG a difference it can make to spend a bit (a lot??) of time pulling weeds! So glad you’ll be able to get some time in your garden now. XO

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