Seattle adventures, life, home, and coffee—in no particular order
Spring has finally arrived in my garden.
I’m excited for some new additions to the yard. (Which is completely acceptable, right?)
Like these cute little taters. Aunt Sharon gave me two russet starts, explaining how to plant them inside a tire, covering them with dirt as they grow. We’re going to be noshing on all-things tater in no time.
I went on a lily rampage this year. My mom got the wild idea that we should try to grow the flowers for the wedding, so we recruited a few green thumbs to help. After my dahlia fail last year, I signed up for lilies and sunflowers. I claimed a once-grassy strip behind the back fence. It gets full afternoon sun, and—if the roaming dogs and raccoons don’t destroy the plot—it will hopefully add a little color to the alley.