Saturday, November 5, 2011

The blah-ness

As all local gardeners know, central Texas has two short growing seasons instead of one long one. But of course, I always try to get my plants to limp through the hot summer to start producing again in the fall. And, after a summer like this one, boy are the plants limping.

Of course another problem with the plants making it through the summer is that I have no space to plant anything for the winter, nor do I have the energy to actually do any planting.

So I should be planting garlic and fennel in the veggie garden, and I should be planting trees in the yard and working on any of the plethora of projects I have in the yard (Hell Strip, Front Berm, Rain Garden in the side yard, removing part of my rock garden and moving it elsewhere, re-seeding the dead grass with NAS drought grass seeds, etc.). But I just can't get in the mood to do any of it.


Hopefully this changes soon (very, very soon) because seriously, I need to get a move on.

1 comment:

Roberta said...

It's hard to find the energy. I waited until the last minute to revitalize three raised beds. I used the anxiety of starting a new job as fuel. Whatever gets you movin'!