Remember the flower bed I put in to grow a whole mess of baby’s breath? Well, with four weeks to go before my brother and SILTB’s wedding I’m pretty nervous. Just in case you haven’t been with me from the beginning of this adventure or if you prefer to have everything in one place, I thought I would show you the four week progression of this flower bed. Ready?
Here’s what it looked like the first spring after we moved in
I’d like to say that it changed that first year, but well, it’ didn’t. Not enough to warrant a new picture anyway. Then after my mama and I went to work we had a flower bed full of baby’s breath seeds
One week later I showed you the progress and it was looking promising. It was supposed to take 10 days before we saw little green seedlings
I think that was the last picture I showed y’all and we just can’t have that. Misery loves company! So a week after that picture, I had this
I know there is some difference in that week, but I’m seriously nervous. I’ve been watering in the cold part of the day so I don’t shock the plants and everything. Last summer I got a snazzy sprinkler thing that I hadn’t used yet so I busted it out and two days later, here was my bed
I know it looks kinda strange just in the middle of the flower bed, but it’s totally cool. I made the hubs come look at it while I turned it on and I did not tell him that this baby sprinkles half way into the front yard and all of the deck stairs (muahahaha). Just in case you have nothing better to do with the next 19 seconds of your life, here is my sprinkler in action. Please keep in mind that I took this video with my phone and I had to stand pretty far away.
So, five days later I needed a comparison picture.
Still completely nervous because in 4 weeks and one day I need these to be pretty white flowers. Fortunately, there are a couple substitute ideas. Our hydrangea bush is starting to bloom right on cue. Right now they look like this
But soon they will look like this picture from last year
I know there will be plenty too. Another option is tissue paper pom poms like these ones we’re making for the bridal shower
But I really really hope the baby’s breath is all pretty and white and flowery in 29 days. Pray. Pray. Pray.