I finally purchased a trowel!
I am really excited about this decision, guys.
Then I immediately put it to use to pot... my new rosemary plant!
Last Saturday, some friendly folks at the Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival gave me one! Since that Saturday was my birthday, I decided that the universe was subtly wishing me all the best.
I also used my handy new trowel to add fertilizer to my previously potted plants, since a few of them were starting to look a tad yellow. I've never done container gardening before and I'm sure I will kill a few things before I get the hang of it.
I did, however, bring them inside, since the nights are starting to get a little bit brisk. I know that much, anyways.
Does anyone have any other recommendations for yellow-looking plants? According to my Agroecology texts, plants turn yellow when they have a nitrogen or phosphorus deficiency. Hopefully the fertilizer will take care of that, but is there anything else I should be considering?
I have a sad skill in killing houseplants in cruel and unusual ways. Hopefully this time will be different.