A crowded mass of roots from a packed pot of Crinum ‘Summer Nocturne’ Breaking up the pots of bulbs proved harder than usual. These bulbs were so large and had so many babies (offsets or bulblets is probably a better term) on each bulb, that I spent about 15 minutes per pot. Some of them are trying to bloom, but they’ll now have to wait until they reach their new homes.
About to break up more pots but what I can’t get done will travel up to the farm with me today on a trailer.
Rebecca spent the day preparing the goods to move into the cabin.
We had some exchanges, returns, etc. but we did end up with a nice mixer that we are both very excited about. Reminds me of the one my mom had in our house for over 20 years.
Rebecca Joy with the New Kitchen Aid
Robert, her younger brother helped, and took charge of the camera as well. I present to you, “Bulb Life: From Robert’s Eyes.”
Rebecca Joy with the New Kitchen Aid Mixer
Breaking up a Clump of Crinum ‘Ellen Bosanquet’ Bulbs
Crinums from Robert’s Eye
A Blade of Crinum Foliage: From Robert’s Eye
Crinum Silhouette: From Robert’s Eye
Ruthie: The Darling American Cocker Spaniel That Helped
Grass, with potting bench: From Robert’s Eye
Moving Heavy Crinums: From Robert’s Eye
Grass on Dirt, the blade: From Robert’s Eye
Crinum Sending up Bloom with Division–Blooms Appearing After Recent Rain
A crowded mass of roots from a packed pot of Crinum ‘Summer Nocturne’