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Spring seeds are sown

Vegetable Garden 2010 #1
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January and February have been amazing. Just under normal rain but record setting temperatures. We are risking all and going for an early garden. We have lettuce and pea starts. We put these out today! We do have some reemay ready just in case the temperature drops. There is still strong chance for a frost. We have had snow in March and even April. But all the signs point towards a warm and early spring so we're going for it.

We did also lost part of our pea crop last year to fusarium wilt. It is soil born so we took half of the soil out of our beds and we're giving it a try. I'm a doubter so G also potted up a pot with peas just as back up. Yeah!

Comments (5)

Good luck!

Good luck from me too! I've started thinking about mine but not ready to take the plunge yet.

Marta you have no idea how jealous I am! Sure we had a mild winter with very little snow here but I really yearn to get my hands in the soil again. SIGH It will be another 6 - 7 weeks before I can do any planting of substance.

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I love reading your blog. It is awesome and inspiring.
Congratulations !

I would love to have a garden, although I can't even keep a cactus plant alive. Hope the warm weather continues for you.

If you get the chance, can you check out the post I did on March 4th (Thursday)? I posted some photos of a mystery plant.

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