( a little nod to Renee for the post title)
With daffodils blooming now, it time to start planting. And as we begin to see the culmination of all of our detailed garden planning come into being, I am reminded of how much I love having my hands in the dirt. There is just nothing like pressing your hands down into rich, dark soil to ground you. Literally and figuratively!
Directly seeded into the ground:
peas, sugar snap
and three kinds of lettuces
Seeds started indoors:
- more peas (in case a late freeze gets the ones we directly seeded)
- a few early tomatoes
- morning glories
Its still a bit early, but man it sure is nice to start the process. I know it doesn't look like much, but before we know it we'll be up to our ears in zucchini again.
What's on the schedule for the weekend around here?
Some friends over for dinner tonight, one all boy sleepover with accompanying light sabers, a trip to ur favorite Full Quiver Farm, church and some summer planning. As Wyatt would say..."wa-choo doing?"
And if you find yourself here via the article in the digital edition of Mothering Magazine ... welcome! Grab a cup of coffee and poke around. Glad to have you in this space.