Monday, April 25, 2011

Green Zebra Planted; Crimson Cushion Transplanted.

Friday night I planted Green Zebra in the "corner office". Green Zebra was the last seedling to be planted in the that time.

Saturday my wife spent hours preparing the garden for visitors. The gardeners came by and did their work as well. At a little after 12 noon Mr. Alongi (whom "Alongi Row" is named after) came by with his daughter's family. We gave them a tour and had lunch at Brent's Deli. They loved it there!

On Sunday we had an Easter party with friends and family. My wife's lasagna was excellent and again a good time was had by all.

While hanging out in the patio area in the backyard I commented to my wife that the two Crimson Cushion tomato plants in the black 15 gallon container are simply not going to have enough room. One would be too big (Crimson Cushion is a beefsteak) let alone two. Both these plants are 18 to 24 inches in length and look great. But where to put them?

At some point we went to the front yard and I found an additional space in the "koi pond" near the gate. My wife agreed and we transplanted the two Crimson Cushion plants into this new hold. My wife watered it deeply.

I looked at the transplant this morning and there is no sign of shock.