Yes, it's December. I wish I had a greenhouse!
Those are just beautiful! What did you end up doing with them?
You have such a great garden.
Wow! Look at those peppers! Thanks for the rule-of-thumb tip with regards to olive oil and pasta. ??
Dollar Tree has their heirloom seeds in stock now. 25 cents a pack.
I started seeds this week: onions, leeks, celery, some flowers and herbs - all things that need a nice long head start. I don't plant out until end of May/early June.
I start a lot of plants indoors under grow lights. This year I'm using soil blocks instead of the plastic cell packs that I've used in the past. I did some experimenting with soil blocks last year and the results were superior, so stronger, healthier seedlings is one reason I'm switching methods. The other main reason is space efficiency. I have a pile of grow lights but I always run out of room. The soil blocks are more compact than the cell packs.
It's cold and grey outside today, but I'm excited for spring. We have a greenhouse kit to install as soon as the weather permits. Now time for me to stop procrastinating on filing taxes...
Loving the Virgo moon with grand trine in Earth today!
I started some seeds, yesterday. I also started tilling my flower garden. I hope to finish this today.
My new engine in the old mower turned into a mess... which my neighbor is trying to fix. He thinks it will be good to go on Friday.
The mower will pull the small tiller so I can get some cool season stuff in before my neighbor gets over here with his tractor and turns the rest of the garden.
Season of lots to do!!
Oh yeah! My husband is spending time with his mother (on palliative care). She likes to grow things so he is planting strawberries and venus fly traps in her section of the community garden at her asst. living place.