This is what I planted:
My mom brought me some greenery from her garden.
While gardening I had a little helper (other then my mom). Thanks Nacho! He just sat right in the dirt.
Over the weekend my sister, brother-in-law and my nephew Jack all took a short drive to the Evergreen Brick Work which is at the Don Valley Brick Works on Bayview Ave. The Evergreen Brick Work has a farmers market that is open every Saturday throughout the summer and features a fabulous assortment of fruits, vegetables, wild fish, meat, cheese, milled flours, eggs and oils—all from local farmers and not to mention a great selection of organic plants and flowers for your garden. I will have to save a whole post about Evergreen, but I will give you this: Evergreen is a non-profit organization that makes cities more livable.
I still wanted to add Lavender to my garden and I found some great plants at the Evergreen Brick Works Farmer's Market.
I know you have to be patient with a garden, but it looks like my hydrangese might be ready to bloom?