I have heard of that thing called a gardening journal, but never even pretended that I would keep one. That is, until now. I am not good with remembering to keep up with details, dates planted, variety, where, outcome, etc. But now, that I am paying more attention, I am wishing I had started one in March.
I have planted nearly everything that is going into the ground for the summer season. After I pull up the garlic, I will make that bed home to four more tomato plants, as well as a few more eggplant and possibly another zucchini. That leaves one small bed for the peppers, and that is it!
In my very first post for this blog I announced to the world my commitment to grow exclusively from seed this season, and I am sticking to it. I laid out the things I had learned about starting seeds up to that point. Here is that list: Continue reading