How does your garden grow?
We’re merry (our name’s not Mary–although we like folks named Mary) and we’re not contrary.
And when it comes down to it, if you ask us, a little bit of water might be all you need for your garden to grow. Especially if your garden consists of native plants and wildflowers. And you recently planted it and there hasn’t been much rain of late.
We all know this summer was one for the record books. Just look it up under the “weather: fantastic” category. Fall is now officially here, and the weekly rains have subsided somewhat. It’s a great time to think about the new gardens we planted this summer and to check in on them. Luckily, we see that someone has already been thinking about the new gardens and watering them on an as-needed basis.
So, as Fearless Leader Mark Gormel points out, weeks that we don’t get rain, portable sprinklers are hauled around, hooked up and turned on.
Another fun thing about these new gardens, or any new gardens, is that you have to try not to worry. You believe in fairies and Tinker Bell, right? Well, you have to believe in Mother Nature, too. For the most part, the native plants–with a little help and a little time–will survive. And then thrive.