It's hard to believe these pots are so simple. Each pot holds 6 strawberry plants. You can stack the pots as high as you want. Each pot has inserts to attach to the next pot. You can slide a pole or pipe down the middle for more stability. I'm sold!
Okay...I volunteer to weed this garden!
I would like to put together a shipment of these growpots. If you are interested in buying 1 or 100, please let me know. (Of course, this is for my local friends only.) Check the pricelist and then send me an email. Gotta hurry...strawberry season is here! The color choices are white and black (no longer selling terra cotta). As soon as I know how many I'll be ordering, I'll let you know what the shipping cost is. (I'll give you the shipping info before I place the order in case you need to adjust it.) Are you confused now? We have been busy this week. Allen earned a black stripe on his green belt at Tang Soo Do. That was a proud moment for our whole family!
Allen hasn't been able to do his kick because of a knee problem (bone growing faster than muscle), so he did a hand chop. Wow! Very impressive!
I like this sign in the dojang. I agree!
On Saturday, we went to see Mike's old barbershop chorus perform their annual concert. Well done! I enjoyed it. It was hard to take pictures because of the lighting, but the stage was setup as a prison. Very funny...but scary to see a lot of our friends looking like true prisoners!
I like their new uniforms. Mike misses his barbershopping days and will probably be rejoining soon. On the way home from the concert we stopped at the Farmer's Market and bought two flats of strawberries for $6 apiece. Yummy! Very sweet. We arrived home expecting to smell our chicken dinner roasting in the oven...but someone forgot to turn the second knob to "bake."
Ruthie is staying the same, not better not worse. The doc wants to see her everyday. We also have orders not to let her be around any children or exposed to any triggers since her immune system is obviously low. Tomorrow I will buy a box of masks so she can go outside for a little bit.
We burned up the last of our wood this morning in the woodstove in the basement. Nice and toasty down there! I've enjoyed being home with Ruthie while our family is at church. Nice and quiet.
Enjoy spring. Many blessings ~ Kathie