More lovely bargains came from a nursery down the road from us, which I had never visited before. These are young hydrangeas, which are needing a bit of fertilizer, doncha think? I'll be putting them in the front, replacing some loropetalum which are straggly and need to be in full sun, which is not where they are planted. And at Lowe's I waited as these Sunpatiens were marked down from $5 a pot to $1. Woowoo! I will put them in pots, somewhere.
Black Cherry, Sun Sugar yellow cherry, Juliet a Roma cherry tomato
and the famous Mortgage Lifter tomato which can grow as much as ten feet high. O dear. Last summer my cousin Celeste convinced me that tomatoes would do well in buckets like these, so again I am trying them out. It will be hot and sunny in this location all day, so they should be happy and productive here. No, I am not going to be putting them in the tubs, since they get so tall, I need to reach them on the ground.
And then, a few starter veggies, Black Beauty zucchini, Mexican Tarragon (new to me), Straightneck yellow squash, Sage, and Burpless bush cucumber.
The hosta nursery seems to be doing well, and the leaves are greening up and hopefully roots are also starting to grow from the crowns. These will go in the front bed, or maybe I'll put some in pots for the minimal shady areas we have.