Puttering In the Yard, Pruning Blueberry Bushes and a Big Pot of Soup

Thursday April 5, 2018 Guerneville CA.

It’s going to rain

It was starting to rain a little when I got it going today, but it hadn’t really got going yet so I could still get some stuff done in the yard.

Hole prepping

So,I prepped a new hole to plant a tree in. I dug out a hole and put some mulched soil in it. I didn’t actually have to put the mulched soil in the hole as all the soil around here is good.hole1

 

Replanted some elderberry bushes

I found out other day that two of the 4 blueberry plants I planted where not blueberries, but where elderberries so the plants would be too big for my blueberry area, so that meant I needed to transplant them to another area. I planted them here. There’s one in front to the left and one in back which is hard to see. They’ll be easier to see once they grow a bit.e;derberrus2

 

Shopping and a pot of soup

I needed a  break so I went into Guerneville to Safeway and did some shopping for things to eat. I picked up some vegetables for a  pot of vegetable soup.

I needed some cabbage so I went over to my brothers. He gave me some cabbage and some leaks.
I cleaned the stuff up and put it all in this big pot and simmered it for a couple hours.vegsoup3

 

Seed potatoes to plant

My brother also gave me these potatoes to plant which I will do when I get a break in the rain.potatoes4

 

Pruning blueberry plants

I puttered around the yard a bit in the light rain and  pruned some of my blueberry plants but decided it was not a good time to do a lot of pruning. I should wait until I pick the berries first or wait until next year and prune the plants before they blossom.

That was my day.

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1 Response to Puttering In the Yard, Pruning Blueberry Bushes and a Big Pot of Soup

  1. Patsy Irene says:

    Wow, that is quite the soup! I’d like to see it after it has boiled down. Yummy!
    Lucky you. I see Blueberry and Elderberry pies and cobblers in the future.

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