I noticed that my semps in terra cotta pots drain and dry quicker then the ones in the plastic.
Bill promptly wisked me to the garden center and we loaded a cart with terra cotta pots.
He is an amazingly supportive guy!
So, most of my semps in containers are in their new terra cotta pots.
I also found grit for 1.09 for a five lb. bag. It's light gray/white in color unlike the
pretty purplish manna pro brand. Which happens to be $10. For a five lb. bag locally.
Hey, for that kind of savings I'll be happy to use the gray/white!
Here are some images.
Deep Fire with her new pot and marker.
Hey, what's going on with this NOID?
The nursery and bed for part day sun lovers.
Little ones potted up behind the nursery.
What's left of the new pots. None of the 4" left to photograph.
Almost everyone in new pots.
Looks like this NOID is going to flower.
Woolcott's Variety chicks growing quickly. I love this cultivar!
This group of Fuzzy Wuzzy includes a teeny tiny crest!