Posted on 2021-07-222021-07-22 by the_dr_blueGetting there on post-geothermal landscaping and other Wednesday news You can see where I plan to put Peruvian ground cherries (the tomato cages) and honeyberries (white flags) on the last raised bed in the side yard. Those four plants were dug up when the geothermal HVAC was put in. Ready to be planted! The buckwheat seeds I planted around them. I’ll take another pic in a day or two as it got too dark by the time I got done planting and watering them. Earlier in the day I noticed the bisbee gray cowpeas are producing nicely in backyard. One lone seedling of a Texas mallow is coming up! A native cucurbit with a very tiny gourd. Not edible or at least not good according to various sources. But it’s an adorable vine and quite pretty when a bunch grows in one spot.