Busy nocturnal bee

You might think I spent a quiet evening watching TV last night, but instead, I repotted everything that needed repotting…almost.  The lettuces will be going into the garden beds soon.  I also watched TV while repotting.  Multitasking ftw.

If I could only tell you what I watched.  I think I was actually on auto-pilot.  I do remember watching A Game of Thrones before I did this.  Perhaps Boardwalk Empire (I have no idea what’s actually going on in that) or In Treatment?

You can blame Ben for the quality of that picture.  He took our Samsung with him camping last night without telling me!

So in total, there are 9 tomato plants, 5 bell peppers, 6 pear tomatoes and 1 golden egg eggplant that I repotted last night.  I think that’s the end of repotting for quite some time.

I also put my sage, thyme, and Italian parsley into raised bed #2 because I think they’ll have a better chance avoiding snail mouths there.

I also fertilized everything today with diluted liquid blood & bone, and now everything looks a bit light green/yellow…which scares the bejesus out of me.  I did fertilize them just over two weeks ago and they looked the same, but not so fast.  Eventually they went dark green again, but yeah.  This is the part where I’m like … is this right?

On a side note:

Three of my cats are now famous.

Yes, you read that correctly!  Famous!

Their pictures appeared over at the Sleeping Kitties blog today!

I’m not telling them that, though.  I’ll never hear the end of it.

If you like kitties, and like sleeping ones even more, you should add this blog to your reader for regular doses of cute. :)

Have you found any feel good blogs lately that you can recommend?

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Madeleine @ NZ Ecochick
    Nov 14, 2011 @ 20:03:37

    Wow loving your repotting. Looking great. Checked out your famous mogs they are so cute. I promise not to tell them!

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  2. promenadeplantings
    Nov 15, 2011 @ 09:33:08

    Great work (multi-tasking!)
    re the feriliser, it may be a bit strong for such small plants. I don’t tend to feed the small ones much until they’ve kind of settled down a bit, and started to put out flowers, but that’s probably cos I usually forget!

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  3. gwen
    Nov 15, 2011 @ 09:34:47

    They all look very alert and chipper this morning, thank goodness.

    I’ll not be using it again until they start flowering, thanks for the tip!

    Reply

  4. boyssmell
    Nov 15, 2011 @ 15:49:19

    They’re famous! Noir and Delilah are SUPER jealous but send their congrats!

    Reply

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