My lawn is cursed. That's the only thing i can figure. It eats lawnmowers. *sigh* but enough of that. The corn, beans and melons have all broken ground, so that's good. The basil has some brown spots on it, but for the most part survived the transplanting out of the shoprite pot. I've managed to collect enough grass clippings to use as mulch underneath the aforementioned plants, but currently only the push mower that Bev gave me is running. Had to hook Thag up to the jeep and take the cub cadet to Mower Mike for an oil leak repair. Cub Cadet, what an awful name. Baby Amateur they may as well have called it.
So i'm committed to having an herb garden at East Kingdom Royal encampment this coming pennsic. Not sure what all i'll have, or who i'll get if from NJ to the site in western PA, but cross that bridge when I get to it. Sage, Rue, and Balm most likely as they are either already in pots or well suited. I've got to get up to Well-Sweep farm soon to flesh out my collection for this year. I'm also waiting to hear back from the cook for the State Dinner that will be on the second monday. It would be really nice to bring something that will be used in the dishes, and I may be able to provide something particularly unusual, say skirrets for instance.