It snuck up on me but my blog has now had over 20,000 visiters since August 2011. Even if you count half of the visitors as spambots I am happy with at least 10,000 folks interested in natural dyes. So, thank you for sharing the color journey!
To stay on the natural dye track here’s some shots of my indigo garden prep. One bed for the Japanese Indigo, the second for Indigofera suffruticosa.
The sprouts strengthen And the beds are prepped! This is last year’s Indigofera suffruticosa with some new growth. And the sheltered Japanese Indigo bed is ready for its seedlings. I am also going to direct sow some seed to see if that works better. Seeds are scarce so one wants to figure out the most efficient path.