These two nesting trugs were a gift over 20 years ago.
I owned a floral shop at the time, and a customer walked in one day and presented them to me.
He was a quiet, elderly man.
Gardening was becoming to hard for him.
He wanted them to go to a good home.
I have done just that.
Storing all my vintage garden sprinklers in the greenhouse for Winter.
Most of these are in working order, and I do use these in the garden!
Gathering all the saved seeds and storing them for next Spring.
Canning jars work great for keeping seeds save and dry.
Find a cool spot to place them until planting time.
Label and date so you use the oldest seeds first.
Sometimes I’m lazy about that part!
Dwarf Grey Peas-Heirloom
So nice to be able to still pick fresh Herbs in my garden, well into October.
The warming sunshine called me into the garden today.
Cold and rain has kept me indoors and garden clean up has been on hold.
Today I spent time cleaning flower and vegetable beds.
I made myself a centerpiece to enjoy for a little tea break.
A pit stop before the compost pile.