There are 14 pots there if you can count them!!
These two coreopsis were the two plants I had worried about. They were nearly laying down when I finished planting them, but we had a nice quiet soaking rain during the night and they have perked right up.
The couple have a well organized event and good thing. There had to be upwards of 70 people when we were there and we were early! Each plant has an informational sign which I take a picture of.
When I get home I put all the information in my plant care map. I shot this with my phone yesterday before leaving so I'd know what I already bought but you can see how I have organized it. I got tired of looking up each plant and now know the zone, height, spread, sun, and season for everything I've planted in our yard.
A new sales event was announced at the Guild meeting on Wednesday. We've been invited by the raku potters to share their venue in August and of course I'd like to participate. I have been slow to clear this project from my loom as I was anticipating taking June and July off from weaving like I did last year. It's difficult to stay indoors during our beautiful summer months but I need to weave at least 30 towels, but first I needed to finish this. Oh how I am loving tartan. The fringe is cut at 2" and thus the obnoxious twisting is eliminated. And all the ends will be snipped off after this takes a trip through the washer and dryer. There are two scarves, one is for Ian and one is sold.