School Days In the Garden: Daily Art Practice
My children start back to school this week and it will be a time of re-arranging and learning a new routine. The school days goes quickly and I learned last year that it is easy to squander what little time there is.
On another note, my garden is doing well despite having planted everything late. I am getting a bunch of tomatoes, peppers, herbs and zinnias. Unfortunately, my raspberries and strawberries did not produce well at all. Maybe next year. I planted eggplant, watermelon and cantaloupe for the first time this year, so I am eager to see if I get anything from those plants. Usually if things do well, I will give them a try the next season as well.
Any tips to keep berries and melon thriving?
My column was over at StencilGirl Talk this past week. I shared a project using only stencils and watercolor. If you care to see the stencils that I used and a little of my process, you can see the post HERE. Here is what I created. All of these are in my sketchbook.
Happy Tea Day,