Since we are into extreme planting these days (remember the 500 trees) – why not extend that to the garden planting?!
I guess if one buys hundreds of packets of seeds during winter snow storms, and then starts hundreds of tiny seeds in the grey days of early March, one should expect to plant many, many seedlings.
And so I did.
The 2 kinds of cauliflower, 2 kinds of broccoli, and 3 kinds of cabbage are in the ground.
Over 140 plants.
That is no joke. Jan counted them.
I’m either an overachiever or certifiably insane.
Or…maybe we just love cauliflower and broccoli.
At any rate, I should have enough cabbage to make sauerkraut for an entire German hamlet.
That is – if they actually grow.
And the bunnies don’t find them.
And the pigs don’t get out.
And the cabbage moths don’t infest them.
And the rains come.
And the creek don’t rise.
Okay – I’m certifiable.