Sunday, March 9, 2014

Finally, time to sow!

It's taken forever this winter to finally be time to sow.  It could have been last weekend, but I was busy doing other things, and I knew soil temperatures were still low.
"blank" raised beds --now sown with peas, beets, lettuce, and greens
But a beautiful weekend and signs of spring popping out (from the piedmont to the mountains)  -- it was wonderful to get seeds of sugar snap peas, spinach, lettuce, beets, chard, mustards, kale, arugula, etc. into raised beds and flats.

I put out some spinach transplants in the mountains, and radicchio and kale in the piedmont (woodchuck issues).... we'll see.


flats and pots sown with lettuce mix, arugula, spinach, and kales

kale and radicchio transplants (I KNOW the woodchuck won't like radicchio!)

Lovely to clean out all the dead perennial herbs from pots for a clean slate!

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