Showing posts from December 9, 2012
It's hot and steamy in Miami today! This is our dry season, so it's odd to have to go out into the garden and water plants while the humidity makes sweat form on your skin, even if you're not moving or working. Whew! I share this hot moment with you in the frozen north, hoping you can vicariously warm up a bit, dreaming of next summer in your region. Not too much blooming here, just the reliable jasmine grandi, aglaia odorata and various veggies, like tomatoes, peppers and peas. The question I want to ask you this week is do you grow fragrant plants inside when it's cold outside? I'm thinking of jasmines, aglaia, herbs like basil, rosemary and thyme. Some lucky folks with green thumbs grow citrus indoors, even in Jersey, like my cousin. Now, if you have any questions, I'm here to answer your queries until 10 tonight ET.