Spring Madness

My average last frost date is about this week. Which means that I suddenly feel very behind gardening. It’s a magical date where everything must be planted in order to get as soon of a harvest as possible. The danger of frost has passed. (Actually, maybe…we had snow last week…there are no guarantees with the weather.) So all plants must be planted.

But…turns out plants will grow just as well even if they are planted several weeks later. So I’m not stressing out that I don’t have everything ready to go. Well, actually, my tomatoes have outgrown their shelf under my lights, so I’m actually pretty happy I can put them outside.

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I don’t remember planting Alliums. But happy to have them!

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There were way too much fennel and yarrow in the herb spiral. We ripped it all out, and have almost a clean slate. 

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Kale that should probably by torn out soon, transplants, and seeds on the left. 

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Potatoes! Purple ones, because I like planting things you can’t buy. 

 

One thought on “Spring Madness

  1. Heather Hoyt says:

    I can’t plant yet. But I checked on my yard today and it’s coming along. I mean, lots of weeds, but a few things are growing and I have hope that more things will start at some point.

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