I do love gardening, don’t you? With better weather these days, gardening fever has taken hold and I’m just antsy to get some seeds in the ground! It’s too early for that, though, but it’s not to early to get certain varieties started indoors.
We’ve bought seeds for cherry tomatoes, poblano peppers, sweet long peppers, bell peppers, sage, parsley, basil, cilantro, thyme, and a few others and started them. They’ve been planted in starter trays and placed under the grow light so we’ll be ready to plop them in the ground around Good Friday.
I’m trying something new this year; Brussels Sprouts. I’ve never grown them, so there’ll be something of a learning curve here. Nevertheless, I’m looking forward to some fresh, homegrown sprouts.
I decided not to buy seeds for slicing tomatoes. I’ll just pick up a few plants when it’s time and put them in.
Do you love growing your own vegetables? What secrets can you share with me? It’s been many a year since I had a garden and all advice is sought and gratefully accepted!
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