Monday, March 31, 2014

A beautiful spring day

Finally, a day worthy of real spring.  Clear blue sky. Temps in the mid-70°s. Redbuds in flower and dogwoods well along.

I planted sprouted fingerling potatoes this afternoon -- the woodchuck shouldn't like the above-ground parts, I hope, even though s/he seems to have snagged my collards already.

I weeded some of the abundant winter annuals (they are not tasty on the plate, regardless of what wild foraging folks write about, in my opinion).  Even with plenty of garlic and olive oil.

Lamium amplexicaule (Henbit)
Can I have just have mustard, spinach, or kale, please?

Hooray for spring and the end of winter, finally.

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