Well, now that spring has sprung it’s time to get busy-really busy! We vegetable gardeners will generally be headless from now on from pre-starting seeds to planting in the garden all those vegetables you’ve been dreaming of trying since January. And some of us are still cleaning up our gardens including me. Now is the time in our area, to continue seed planting or start seeds inside under lights or in a cold frame or a hoophouse. Just about any cold hardy veggies like Asian greens, lettuce, spinach, mesclun and many others can be started inside and some of those can also be started outside right now like arugula, bok choy, spinach and peas. Also if your space is warm enough, you can plant beets inside but DON’T plant beet and carrot seeds outside till April (right around the corner). The reason is the soil is still pretty cold outside in our gardens and they will just sit and sulk until the soil warms up. 😦
lovely and thank you for sharing
Hi Linda! I noticed you follow my blog and was wondering what area you are from? I’m thinking UK. I appreciate your comments. I checked out your blog and will make a holder for birdie nesting stuff-inspired by you! Do they find it and use it?
in Narford Norfolk and yes the birds will come and use it whether you just put moss in it or a selection of items for them to use