November!

terrariums

It’s warm again. Really warm. Maybe 80 degrees or more.
The tomato tree is still going full speed ahead. The green zebras are ripening but there aren’t as many of them as there are red ones. The red ones are literally exploding on the vine. We’ve been eating them with garlic and mozzarella and basil drizzled with balsamic vinegar. Noreen who got a bag full the other day said she put them in the broiler with shredded mozzarella on top. Yum!

It looks like spring. There are seedlings coming up everywhere and grass growing on the hillside Monk garden. I don’t know know when I’ll get to that.

I planted well over a hundred tulip bulbs on Saturday and maybe half as many daffodils. The soil looks beautiful writhing with worms and there are bulbs peeping through already. Daffodils I think but they could be those little snowbells.
I also planted about a dozen collard green seedlings I picked up in Morro Bay. They look kind of spindly and sad but I have high hopes.

The terrariums are a new obsession.

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