Hello and welcome to my corner of Georgia at Red Roof Farm. My blog is about the things that make me the most happy...family, home, church, collecting primitive antiques, junk ( I mean treasure) hunting, decorating, getting my hands dirty outside, an assortment of crafts and making stuff. Whew!!! As if I need more to do with a full time job of teaching. I grew up on an 85 acre farm where we raised cows, hay and an occasional ruckus. Now, we raise horses, flowers, vegetables and kids. I hope to someday make a living from home, but I can't quit my day job just yet. Thanks for stopping by!!
Saturday, October 16, 2010
This morning I brought home a few fall annuals from the high school's greenhouse....pansies, dianthus, dusty miller and snapdragons. Although they are technically annuals, all but the pansies tend to behave more like perennials. I have snapdragons and dianthus that have been in the ground for several years. The pansies will look great all the way through next June. I can't wait to get them in my pots. All I have to do is wait for my husband to come up out of his "hole" (man cave/basement) and watch the "wildman" (son).