I am so ready for springtime and gardening. I can’t wait to lose the winter doldrums and start planting.
The seeds I started indoors are getting out of control.
The scarlet emperor beans are a foot high. The edamame have pushed through the potting soil. Lots of arugula ready to transplant.
The cardoons are getting feisty.
Purple tomatillo. Check. I also started a small pot yesterday with dill seeds for the herb garden out back.
We had our kick off community garden meeting today.
There are 24 new gardeners at the Conservancy plots.
Next week. Row cover pick up. The following week. Garden work day. Next week, also is Greenfest at Howard Community College. The following week, is the coop to coop tour for the chicken coops in Howard County.
Sometime in there I need to go pick up my plants for my summer garden from Sharp’s, and put the potatoes in the ground in the yard.
We are deciding where to put the root plants. The hoops with row cover. Where to put the tomatoes and the peppers.
Spring can’t come fast enough.