It's a little early for me. The ground is still quite frozen and mostly
covered with snow. Odds are we have at least a month before we see the
end of snow for the season.
I don't even plan to start my tomato seeds until I get back from a trip
the first week of April. (Yet, here I am reading what others write) :-)
Steve (in the Adirondacks)
Planted sweet corn, squash, muskmelons, green onions and tomato & marigold
transplants over a month ago. tomatoes in bloom since about 2 weeks ago.
Plan to set out pepper plants and eggplant today.
Squash is blooming - bees all over it.
Citrus trees are blooming - very aromatic.
Used to have about 2 dozen goldfinches at our two thistle feeders but we are
now down to 6 regulars. Others probably migrated to cooler climes.
Birds are nesting.
Deciduous trees are leafing out.
Lots happening here.
Olin, UDSA Zone 9b.
Below is my original post.
This year I'd like to again try planting scallions from seed. The last time
I put some medium in a tray, then the seed and then more medium. This is
okay until it comes time to sow the little plants. Can someone recommend a
good system of planting. I have medical problems that make it difficult for
me to bend over for any length of time. I would appreciate any and all
<lol> Patience my dear!
It's not quite spring in a LOT of the US just yet!
First part of April, maybe....... :-)
It's been more active this week than it's been all winter!
So what do you want to talk about?
I've been eating a LOT of home grown chard lately.
I need to take pics. <G>
Sprout the Mung Bean to reply...
There is no need to change the world. All we have to do is toilet train the
I have had to change my access provider because they no longer support news
groups due to it being un economic to do so. all so I believe A. O. L. have
unplugged their news severs, so I am lead to belive that news groups will
eventually die. any one care to comment on the situation.
Richard M. Watkin.
I got the other half of the garden tilled this weekend. Planted
cilantro and spinach for a cover crop. Just in time for the rain
yesterday. Feb planted stuff is coming up.
Transplanted habs last night to bigger pots.
Not edible but on the dogs walk just now, the Tillium and Bloodroot are
blooming. It really IS spring!
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