In early May my son dug up parts of some of my perennials. This I do every year to keep their growth in my garden in check. Rather than throw these cuttings away, I repot them and have a plant sale either the end of May or early June.
Last weekend I had the first (and I thought it was going to be my only) plant sale. But a torrential rain and thunderstorm midafternoon put a stop to it
Late this week, I looked at all the plants I had left over and decided on the spur of the moment, to have another plant sale ---today!
And what a beautiful day it was! Sunny and warm, but not too hot. A great day to sell plants.
I sold a lot of my plants, but I still have quite a few left over. I'm hoping to donate them to someone who would like to put a garden in but can't afford the plants.
My own garden cooperated very nicely as a backdrop to the sale. My Lilac tree (which I thought was going to be a small bush when I bought it) was in full bloom and the smell was marvelous! Obviously my bush was not a bush, but a tree.
All of these plants contributed to the ambience of the sale and I did very well indeed. Tomorrow I go shopping for clothes as I am going to Vancouver in 9 days.