I was anxious to get my comfrey seeds growing but I had read on a few websites that comfrey wouldn't survive the Florida heat and humidity. I decided to plant one of the seeds anyway to see if I could get it to grow through the summer. So far, so good!
It's in one of the big barrels I use to grow bok choy and lettuce, and it's in the shade for part of the day. I'm hoping it will stay happy. If it makes it through July with continued growth, it will probably survive the summer.
David at FloridaSurvivalGardening sent me some seed bombs. Here's one of the seed clusters:
Not sure what they are, but it will be fun watching them grow. There are a few others scattered here and there.
I also managed to get outside and plant a few more seeds - velvet bean, luffa gourd, ivy gourd, korean melon and black eyed peas.
I still need to plant tomatillo, eggplant and okra. So much to do, so hot outside...
Not looking forward to the workday tomorrow. Whaaaa!