Monday, August 30, 2010

project number one

transplant my strawberries. 

I wanted to find something super cool and vintage/chic to put them in so when I saw these awesome antique wash tubs at the street faire I knew I was it was meant to be. Then my sweet friend Becca said she had some literally sitting on the side of her parents house..


I got tough and used the power drill to put holes in the bottom to let water drain. Then I released my poor strawberry plants from the hanging plant bag that held them captive for so long. The roots and dirt were hard as cement! They are still a little in shock but should perk back up by morning, now I hope they grow and multiply and make lots of little (and big) strawberries for us next summer!
love the awesome shadows. thank you apartment patio. 


Kristen said...

I am so envious of your creativity and green thumb. And only you would be wearing pink rain boots and using a power drill. And that my dear, is one of the MANY reasons that I luv ya!
I look forward to plump, juicy strawberries next year to make with angel food cake and whipped cream!

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