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a visit to the cosmic lake

Yesterday we visited heyes and grayheyes at the cosmic lake. They have a tiny house there, very cozy--the neighborhood is cozy too; there is a ghost dog and other little houses with long grass in the yards, the way I like it (more a meadow than a lawn--SO RELAXING), and nice neighbors, it seems. I felt like I was coming home when I went there, and it was my first time visiting! Grayheyes made stuffed mushrooms and Heyes and Wakanomori did Mac upgrades, and I left early because of a big job I had on.

Heyes takes lovely photos. Here is one by the lake.



You should check out his flickr account--he is a genius photographer.

more soon. now work.

But first, to entertain dream_wind, a picture of my very pathetic cilantro/coriander seedlings, lower righthand corner of the photo (behind them are some pathetic parsley seedlings, and behind that are some passable cucumber seedlings)



The flowers are looking better--one day it will be an English cottage garden! (But wakanomori will still be homesick sometimes...)



now really to work

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dream_wind
Jun. 3rd, 2006 12:04 am (UTC)
Yes, those seedlings are sick.

I checked all my gardening books, and apparently coriander/cilantro likes well drained soil and a sunny position. and the kicker - DON'T TRANSPLANT THEM. Sow the seeds where you intend to grow them and don't move the seedlings. This causes them to bolt to seed. Must be what I've been doing wrong all these years.
asakiyume
Jun. 3rd, 2006 01:43 am (UTC)
Yup... and the new batch of seeds I put in haven't even deigned to poke their heads above the soil. Just call me blackthumb...
ex_stdymphna813
Jun. 3rd, 2006 08:01 am (UTC)
Oh I love the photos. That lake is so nice. That sounds like such a nice visit.
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