Monday, May 18, 2009

Plants In, Plants Out

Happy Monday, well we were advised last night to cover or take the plants in, so we took them in. It didn't even get near the temp. that they said it would. But..have no fear, they are already telling me to do it again tonite. So..of course we will. Got alot of seeds started in peat pots on Saturday (a little behing sch'd) but they are in the Duck Hilton under lights, so it may not ake that long to see sprouts. Yesterday it sure was chilly in Hellertown, didn't do much outside, stayed in and tried to get caught up on stuff. We have three Antique Shows coming up in June, so I really need to get caught up. I have been asked to tell more about our Antique business, which I will do in a future post. Have a great day!!


  1. Hi Ginny,

    Nice to meet you! Thanks so much for the info on the duck eggs. My husband first noticed the first egg in a around April 25 or so. Now there are 11 and the mother, a mallard we believe, sits there most of the day. We are still amazed she picked such a busy spot to lay her eggs. I posted about them in some recent posts.

    God luck with your new blog and thanks for stopping by!

    hugs, Linda

  2. Hi Linda,

    The most important thing with the eggs is that when she does leave that she covers them up, to keep them warm. I'm surprized by the spot as well. Keep us posted.

  3. Hi Ginny....crazy PA weather isn't it !! We didn't get frost last night but it was 36 when I got up this morning....brrrrr...I had to look at the calendar and make sure it is MAY ! The herbs at the store are on the porch and under the tables etc...hopefully they will be safe (the basil is inside the store)...It has to get warm soon....most likely be the "hottest" summer! Judy