Sweet Baby Cheeses, I hope not!
Today I used an organic fertilizer on my daffodils.
|Possibly legal organic stuff...or possibly...someone's family?|
Now, I am not accusing E.B. Stone of anything; I'm sure he is a very nice man who would not do anything icky or illegal, but I have seen human cremains and they do look a lot like this. Actually, pretty much exactly like this:
Mr. Stone's fertilizer is a very fine powder containing different sized chunks of .....???? I know what organic means and I think that this fertilizer could qualify in any number of ways, most of them legal, but also, possibly including having come from a crematorium. Not that I'm accusing Mr. Stone of anything...wrong?
If I "grow" anyone in my yard, I'll run and scream and then let you know.
To continue on to my main topic, I have a lot of work to do this year because my perennial garden has been ignored and neglected the past couple of years. I do, however, have an excuse which is also an explanation.
Last spring, I spent a month in LA
What about the OTHER months in the spring? you ask.
Well, just hush. I think it might have rained a lot or something.
The spring before that, I broke my wrist and needed surgery to repair it. No yard work (or knitting) for me.
The fall before that? I broke both bones in my ankle and couldn't do much of anything for months because of the &*()_^&*#^ brace/cast I had to hobble around in.
SO, not my fault. DH does the heavy-lifting macho type stuff. I do the maintenance; I have a lot to catch up on.
But the only help I need from my so-called organic fertilizer is to make my plants grow. MY PLANTS GROW.