Gardening Season Has Begun!

The Bearded One started some onion seed about a week ago.  The flat has been on a table near a window since then but Allie has tried to dig in it , lay in it, and, at one point, knocked it upside down on the floor.  Sigh.

Today, I erected the shelving unit we use for seed starting.  The flat of onions is on it (surprisingly, some sprouts have appeared).

Tomorrow, I will plant broccoli, cabbage and artichokes.  The season has begun.

We had Falafel pitas for dinner with Greek Salad.  Great!

I worked a bit on the cat painting.  Still finding the work on the body tedious.

 

Last night

Tonight

 

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About Retired woman

retired, dealing with parents recent deaths, wondering what lies ahead with the health of my spouse, overall enjoying each day, love cooking, gardening, travel, Grandsons, family, small town life
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2 Responses to Gardening Season Has Begun!

  1. Pat, your sister says:

    One of the great joys of Texas gardening is that most plants are direct sow – Just waiting for March 15. I do want to plant artichokes and an onion bed, but it may have to wait until next year when we move the backyard fence to accommodate gardens. I want go to raised beds to try to level out our sloped backyard.

    • Retired woman says:

      Sounds wonderful to be able to direct sow so much although I must admit that this month I have enjoyed the hopeful sign of the sprouts and the plant light glowing.

      Raised beds sound like a great idea for you. I hope you are at least able to raise a slightly larger garden than last year!

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