I unfortunately have to weed whack more when it rains. And the weeds grow, well, like weeds.
I have plants to move that I want to move to more light and I am still harvesting some broccoli, kale, peppers, papaya, and eggplant has slowed down, but I need to harvest the ginger and araimo soon. I have done some cuttings and I still have some transplanting to do. Many pepper seedlings have to be up potted and I have to find them a home.
Clean the gutter, prune plumeria, continuing to harvest lemons, mandarins, calamondin and beets. Some citrus are flowering so they need to be fed.
Plant out roses, thin agapanthus, trim ti, chop the neighbors invasive hedge that is invading my side of the fence. Planting seeds and transplants of cool weather crops lettuce, spinach tatsoi, cutting celery, kale, cilantro, parsley, joi choi, and kai choi cabbage.
Get out early to water and catch snails and slugs.
I went out to water around 7 a.m. yesterday and my older cat opened the door and let my kitten out. I called for him, but you know cats rarely come when they are called by name. They only know their name at dinner time. Luckily he did not go far and he was meowing at the door for breakfast this morning.
So, I have a lot to do and it is supposed to rain the next few days, which means the weeds will grow again and I get to start all over. Well, at least it is cooler to work out in the yard this time of year.
Happy gardening in Hawaii. Gardens are where people grow.