Greens From Daddy’s Patio: From Summer to Fall (Week 22-ish)

First of the fall and there she goes back... -Sly and the Family Stone 

Hello my loves!

Here’s a quick check-in as Daddy and I transition from a summer garden to a fall garden. If you are just tuning in, you’d have to go back to the beginning to see why we are where we are today.

Not to worry though, you can find past episodes on the right panel of this blog under categories: Greens From Daddy’s Patio.

Anyway…

There have been some losses, but, as I said before, I’ve learned that this is a huge part of the process.

Enjoy !

Greens From Daddy’s Patio: Probably NOT Spinach (Week 17-ish)

This is probably NOT Spinach!

LadyG here with a quick update on what’s been happening with the greens on Daddy’s Patio!

Daddy says that the plants that I have been calling spinach are probably NOT spinach; at least not the kind of spinach that he is familiar with.

There is also some question about the basil plant that we purchased as a start.

That said, the basil plant that we are growing from seed is definitely basil! Any advice? What do you think?

Check out the video for details!

Greens From Daddy’s Patio: Daddy Over My Shoulder (Week 9)

Even though I’m getting more and more comfortable with gardening, Daddy is always watching over my shoulder.

Whenever I’m working with the plants, he usually says something like…

“Add a little bit of this!”

“Add a little more of that!”

OR

“Not too much!

“That’s enough!”

“Put it over there.”

“Move it over here.”

“You don’t need to do that.”

“Look here bae, do it like this.”

And when I get it just right, he reassures me with a super sweet …

“There ya go!”

I’ve lived my entire life anticipating those words when I’m in the midst of learning new things from Daddy.

If you listen VERY CLOSELY, you can hear him say that to me in previous videos 🙂

Anyway, today, I made more room for my spinach by replanting my rosemary and basil.

Best believe Daddy’s right there watching every step.

Enjoy the video and note that the voice-over near the end is not necessarily synced with the plants that are shown at the time.