BULB PLANTING ON RAINY DAY

Today at the border, I planted bulbs. I noticed a few daffodils coming up.These new bulbs will be a surprise to my companion. We still have some verbena flowering. They continue to spread like wildflowers. Now they are all over the yards.In the desert, gray rainy days can mean big excitement for gardeners. You have endless energy, then notice you may need more compost, or plants. Gardeners can be greedy about growing.Just in case you were not aware. In the desert some “weeds” sprout in winter if you have a few wet days. They will hunker down nearly invisible for months of warm, dry spring and hot summer weather until the counted on monsoon season arrives. Depending on the amount and timing of the rain, they may become small little inch plants or sometimes some many feet tall.End of nations edge report.img_0423.jpg