In the garden: Alas, poor borage
Here's the one result of my interplanting experiment yesterday: In the squash bed, bee balm, tansey, and very unhappy borage.
I transplanted them big hunks of their original soil, and watered them copiously. However, where once they were in semi-shade, now they are in full sun. So I'm thinking they're shocked, but I'm hoping they rebound. Readers, anything to do? Nitrogren, for those poor leaves?
UPDATE Here is blooming tansey and happier borage, just to show:
As you can see, partial sun.