Bedding Lord Ned Sally Mackenize kindle library good romance
the duchess of love Sally Mckenzie kindle library book good romance prequel to the one above
To love a witch Debora Geary more happy witch family – short book –
President Jock , vice president Geek Scott william carter Free Kindle YA Geek girl and Jock boy get together to improve chances of getting into college, but a lot more happens
Hollowland Amanda Hoking kindle free – Zombie – quite good , had some of the clichés, but slid quickly through them, good enough that i instantly bought the next book Hollowmen Amanda Hoking
the Gift James Patterson library book – good part two, but I wasn’t sure until about halfway through
Murder half baked Kathleen Delaney kindle free good mystery
8 so far for July 85 for the year
Storm Brigid Kemmer ( library book ) ya paranoral romance with elemental magic. good.
She’s Not There Marla Madison ( kindle free) suspense mystery – I didn’t know the characters as well as I like -and the twist wasn’t to my taste.
Bedding Lord Ned Sally Mackenzine ( kindle library ) fun romance
9 for June 77 for the year so far
So my new way of watering is with ollas. This is an old method of watering plants, really good for areas that don’t hae a lot of natural watering. There is a little bit about them here. The idea is that you take unglazed pots with narrow openings and bury them in the ground. You place plants around them and fill them with water. The water seeps through the walls of the pot , watering the plant. The idea is that the plants will take the water they need – drawing more water if they need it .
Most of my ollas were made by using a terracotta pot flipped over and epoxied ( marine epoxy ) into place. I fill them through the hole that would have been the bottom of the pot. Most of mine are small – holding about a quart of water, but my garden is shallow. I do have one larger one – I glued two pots together, blocking one of the holes.
I wasn’t sure how this was going to work , I am notoriously bad at watering. But I find this pretty easy – I have to fill my watering can there times and somewhat sloppily fill the ollas. Every other day is about right , but that is where the beauty of the system comes in –I can put water in them everyday. It takes less time, and I can’t over water. Also it works the way I was told. Some of my ollas are bone dry – and some are still half full two days later. I’ve been told that tomatoes need less water and peppers need more – well , that is how it seems to be playing out.