“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Welcome Spring

Last Saturday - the Ides of March - my father would have been 101 years old. 

To celebrate his life, I scratched a few furrows in the little raised bed that was still partially frozen, and planted peas. Since then I've gotten a few more flats seeded and now its officially time for gardens to get going.

Red Currant Tomato

 My window sills have a few seedlings started in January and February, but now its time for the big push. 
The humorous part though, is I don't have a big enough garden for all that I'm starting. As a matter of fact, the yard is a mess from the garage construction, and still has a massive pile of snow from the plow.  

But hope springs eternal - at least for the gardener!

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

Happy Spring! I am confident there is plenty of "spring" under all that snow! :)