True confessions – I have not yet started a single seed for this season.
That’s right. Here it is the second week of March and there isn’t any sign of potting soil, seed pots or grow lights.
And what’s worse – I haven’t even ordered my seeds yet.
Not even one.
Last year’s garden was such a dismal, wet disaster that it’s hard to think about starting again.
I worked so hard and got so little in return.
A year ago I was filled with hope and expectation – it was going to be the best garden year ever!
But rain and more rain and even more rain drowned most of the vegetables and my excitement.
The weeds and bugs took care of the rest.
Nope, not gonna do it again.
But it feels like spring.
The sun is shining.
The temperatures are climbing and the warm breezes are stirring something deep inside.
You know… it’s not too late to start peppers and tomatoes…
…they are forecasting an early spring…
…and I can’t harvest what I don’t plant.
Besides, what would summer be without fresh from the garden veggies?
Okay – where’s my Baker Creek Seed Catalog?
I hope the tam jalapeno seeds haven’t sold out yet!
Do I still have potting soil?
Maybe there’s a flicker of hope in this gardener’s heart after all.