I've pulled the tomatoes out of the ground and brought my tender plants inside. I made bolognese and Brussels sprouts for dinner. All I want to do is make chicken stock and roast vegetables. Fall is here and I welcome it with flannel-clad arms. Let's put on socks and talk about Oscar contenders and our favorite squash.
I always said I'd never buy plants that couldn't survive the winter outside but then I went to Rare Plant Research this spring and caved. And then Ricki posted about her Opuntia microdasys 'Bunny Ears' and I had to have one. And then I needed, absolutely needed, an Agave 'Blue Glow' so I bought two. Then the flood gates had broken and I was like, f*ck it, I'm gonna buy a bunch of aeonium and sedum that aren't hardy to my zone.
And you know what? I still have room inside! I could've bought way more tender stuff!
|Mike the ceramic squirrel makes these guys feel like they're still outside
I could totally squeeze a few smaller pots here!
Everything is looking balanced and almost . . . planned. Next year I'm buying everything.
Thank goodness we don't have kids or cats. Danger, danger everywhere. Happy fall, y'all!