I generally have seed trays full of little sprouts by now, but this year the lingering cold weather has me languishing, quite frankly.
The seed potato and onion sets sit waiting for the soil to dry out a bit and seed packets glare at me from their neat stack strategically placed on the kitchen work table.
So, it is time to gather up all the paraphernalia needed to get the job done; and it’s probably a good thing that I am behind because it will be a while before our soils warm to a cozy temperature for summer crops to be safely transplanted.
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