sets left, but take heart. Georgia weather is heating up too.
Although a lot of backyard gardeners are mourning the loss of a round of seedlings thanks to a near freeze, all my seeds are still in their paper packets. Smart? No, just no time to get things done.
After the success of last year's herbal horticultural intensive, I'm ready to try something new and have seeds for both Japanese and Ossabow Island indigo.
This Wednesday the weather bug is showing mid-80s with partial sun, so you know where I will be - out on the burning dye deck.
I'm trying out some new production processes that, so far, are a lot more ergonomically friendly for me. Time will tell.
Now that I've gotten the blurbs where I want them, I'm reckoning with a much-needed epilogue for Prophets Tango. Something tasty that will sew up a few minor loose ends and offer a taste of the sequel to be conjured up like a Demon's Dance.
This is the fun stuff!