Thursday, May 1, 2014

May Day in Harlem

Plants are beginning to grow. The clematis in the corner is aiming for the birch poles. It is going to be surprised when it doesn't see Henry Street below. 

Since I no longer have a neighboring blueberry, I'm checking pollinating options.

The Uvullaria are lasting quite well. Cool weather and rainy days have helped.

The violas will stay until the weather becomes hot.

And how did that winter cress (yellow rocket - Barbarea verna) get on the terrace? Well, perhaps it had a little help. For study purposes. Soon, it will be a side dish, with some of its friends.

Fava beans standing to attention. In about a week I'll start mowing their tops down for salads.

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