And how are the citrus trees doing?
I know all of you are just dying to know this. I do worry about the citrus trees. And when they are first brought out in the spring they can look pretty bad. But with a little attention and some fertilizer they perk right up.
In April, when these first came out, the one on the far left had a few bugs. My friend Keith, who was helping me move them, was advising a major insecticide spraying program. Instead I sprayed them every day with a strong stream of water and picked a lot of disgustingly squishy things off, gave them all some food and now look how good they look.
And they are all blooming. So baring any hail we should have a good crop.
And their winter housemates the geraniums managed to avoid getting sunburned this year. I hardened them off by setting them in the doorway for a week or so before moving them completely outside. They will have more blooms soon. I just started feeding them.