Joining the Propagator (firstname.lastname@example.org) for another Six.
1. Irises dug up, replanted. These bearded irises were in a peculiar location, surviving rather than thriving, no doubt the remains of a previous resident’s garden vision. I dug them up, trimmed their leaves back, and replanted them in the verge garden to cover bare patches for the nonce. Not sure how well they’ll do in the gravel out there, but I have been surprised before.
2. Fig, pruned. Removed dead, damaged, crossing, per instructions. Added to the list water sprouts and weak looking branches. Now I have a bundle of cuttings for propagation.
3. Bare root fruit plants, acquired. Raspberries, blackberries, currants to fill in gaps where some of last year’s underwatered plants perished.
4. Cactus, leaning. Why, and should I be concerned?
5. Seeds, sown. More vegetables and a few perennials to grow on in the mini greenhouse for spring, which seems fast approaching this time of year.
6. Succulents, propagated. Well, clipped for propagation and placement on the verge and at the foot of the fence.